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World of Warcraft--Why Not Use Raidcall?

Discussion in 'WoW General Discussion' started by ealing0730, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. ealing0730

    ealing0730 Guest

    The title says it all. But, first of all, what is Raidcall? Simply put, it's an easy-to-use voice chat application that's similar to TeamSpeak and Ventrilo, only it has several major differences:

    1. A free account gets you access to any Raidcall server and grants you the ability to host a single server that can be customized, password-protected, and can host at least 30 people. The server capacity would be increase if you click the invite link. That means it would be 31 if you invite 1 friend to your server, and 32 for 2 friends etc.

    2. Servers are hosted by Raidcall, not you, so the server stays up as long as you want/need, and can quickly be taken down if necessary.

    3. The bandwidth requirements are so ridiculously low - that you can literally have professional-quality voice over dial-up!

    4. It also has a powerful Overlay that allows Raidcall to be used within any game. That means you can read walkthroughs or watch movies without having to log out of your favorite game to do so.

    5. Raidcall has connected a powerful Social Network that allows you to meet new friends and search for them as well.

    6. People who want to join your voice server only need to know its channel number (like "55421") in order to join instead of needing to know its IP address.

    The differences of chat programs are so different in the way the it’s used and if its for any other type of games than Raidcall is your main program. Also I have been using it for some time and there is no problem at all...