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4 Linux VOIP Alternatives to Skype

When it comes to voice chat online, Skype is the de facto choice. Indeed, ever since Microsoft released its latest version of Skype for Linux, it has become easier than ever to make voice over IP (VOIP) calls, video chat, and even use Skype’s collaboration tools. However, Skype has a reliability problem. Even if you have a great internet connection, the client-server model of the Microsoft-owned Skype (as opposed to the pre-Microsoft peer-to-peer distribution) can cause problems.
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