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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 40112 29-Jun-2006 17:34
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Just goes to show how much I have to learn!

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  Reply # 40192 30-Jun-2006 12:12
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Barf- Just a thought, and I'm sure someone will ridicule this but like I said, just a thought.

You are in ChCh right? how's your Woosh coverage? I have been increasingly impressed with Wooshs VOIP service of late. The basic VOIP Gateway gives you 2 lines for around $20 per line if you need more them, maybe, Woosh could do you a deal on more lines.

The numbers are somthing like this:-

Connection= $199.00 (This SUX and should change, enough said in other postings)

$39.95 per month for 1 meg Connection

$20.00 ish per month per phone line

No cable connetion needed so save $40.00ish on that.

Free local calling
10c per min to over 30 countries
10c per min National (Ithink)
Someone else may have more info but I am supposed to be working and can't do all the checking :-(

Note I do not work for Woosh.

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