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Standard User ferretuk
(member) Tue 08-Aug-17 07:53:51
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Re: Quandary with regard to VOIP provider ? Vonage or A&AISP


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With regard to Voipfone see.
I stand corrected smile

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Standard User Rastus
(experienced) Tue 08-Aug-17 09:57:54
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Re: Quandary with regard to VOIP provider ? Vonage or A&AISP


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... Sipgate did not work properly when I tried a little while ago. ...


Sipgate works fine for me with two devices registered on the same account (which is what Sipgate claim).

Thanks for the DiscountVoip recommendation. wink

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Standard User keymaster
(committed) Tue 08-Aug-17 14:40:15
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Re: Quandary with regard to VOIP provider ? Vonage or A&AISP


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Hi
I use AAISP and Voiptalk and found both worked really well. they have an unlimited package but I am on the 1000mins one, prices are good as is support,
I previously had a years contract with Vonage - line quality was unreliable and similar to using a mobile. I started with voipfone but was treated unfairly by them, way back when they started.
Hope this helps.
K


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Standard User NJSS
(regular) Tue 08-Aug-17 16:41:11
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Re: Quandary with regard to VOIP provider ? Vonage or A&AISP


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Vonage - line quality was unreliable and similar to using a mobile


That's very interesting. My family in the USA have a dedicated Vonage telephone number local to my home in the Portsmouth UK area.

When I call via that number the line has always been good; maybe it's different with the USA ?

Thanks everyone for your comments to date - keep them coming please.

NJSS

Standard User TMCR
(committed) Wed 23-Aug-17 18:39:18
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I only use VOIP for incoming calls as we've a good mobile package so it's better to use the minutes on the mobiles to call out.
I've had a few Sipgate accounts for several years, never had a problem with them. I use CSipSimple on my mobile for those and can have several numbers active at once. Line quality is usually clear unless I'm in a poor signal area. I have one, maybe two, of those lines that have credit for outgoing but have only used that for testing or pranking friends smile
I have a paid for A&A number too, think it's about £1.20 a month ? I use a Camrivox ATA connected to some Panasonic DECT phones and that's my main home line. It's a proper UK number for the town I live in, not just SIP. Only a problem if the Internet goes off.
I've used the Sipgate numbers on the Camrivox too.
As long as you set them up right they should be fine. I've not needed to port numbers to VOIP. Happy to get rid of a line that got lots of junk calls last year when I decided to go VOIP only.

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