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Standard User ayh20
(newbie) Wed 26-Aug-20 11:30:49
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Selecting a VOIP provider


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OK, so i've been reading a huge amount and still haven't got a clue which VOIP provider to select for a purely domestic service.

I'm probably going to use either sipgate or voipfone but wanted to explore the options.

Is there any good comparative reviews of the major players ? Pro/cons of the various options

Any suggestions ?

Thx ... Andy
Standard User Michael_Chare
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 26-Aug-20 12:16:56
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A&A are another one you might consider, though I prefer the first two that you mentioned.

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Standard User Highland76
(member) Wed 26-Aug-20 12:24:31
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Sipgate (basic) are cheap for a reason - poor support (email only). But then again you may not need support at all in which case, support becomes almost irrelevant.

Otherwise consider AAISP or yay.com. Both charge a few £’s each month in line rental on their PAYG service but are high quality VOIP CPs.

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Standard User Realalemadrid
(committed) Wed 26-Aug-20 13:33:11
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I have used Sipgate PAYG for several years mainly for daytime calls and never had any problems, I have changed my address a couple of times for emergency contact, and changed my number when I moved to a different exchange area. All contact with support was done online and carried out quickly and efficiently. I would recommend them.smile
Standard User copex
(committed) Wed 26-Aug-20 18:49:54
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i have used sipgate since 2007 so far with out issue.
Standard User rcranswick
(member) Wed 26-Aug-20 19:03:15
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Been using SIPGate Basic for nearly a year now. I ported my landline number over to them. The only time I have experienced a problem is when there are have been broadband latency issues.
Standard User mikejp
(committed) Wed 26-Aug-20 19:15:06
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Another vote for Sipgate
Standard User deezel
(regular) Wed 26-Aug-20 21:00:35
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Sipgate works fine for me, no problems at all , damn site cheaper than greedy grabbing BT

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Standard User MartinDee23
(newbie) Wed 26-Aug-20 21:16:04
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We have Sipgate fantastic service
Standard User Moto
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 27-Aug-20 00:15:18
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Anybody tried to signup for a sipgate basic account in the last few days?
I have tried daily since the weekend. I enter my basic details and then click the ' sign up for free now!' button and nothing. I am left staring at the page. Thinking it is my firewall I disabled it and even tried on my mobile phone with the same result. Looks like A&A for me.

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