I've just spent quite some time reading all 14 pages of the posts in the initial WorldxChange topic.
I'm very impressed with the results people have been getting from WorldxXchange, and from the quick, open and thorough repsonses of Maverick from WorldxChange, and the helpful feedback of many of the other "posters".
I am interetested (as it appears are several others) in getting open access to WorldxChange for the Asterisk PBX systems that I put in place for my small to medium enterprise customers.
Today I pretty much have to use iTalk as their VoIP provider.
As everyone has testified, iTalk customer service is shockingly bad, and perhaps worst of all, they (or perhaps more accurately, people trying to call iTalk numbers) have in the past suffered from congestion.
Maverick has said that WorldxChange hope to be able to open up their service to Asterisk systems sometime next year.
Until they do that I really can't make use of worldxChange at all - as I need the functionality of a PBX as opposed to devices that make just one or two phones work in isolation from any other telephony at the site.
I'd very much appreciate it if Maverick / WorldxChange could keep us all posted with the progress they are making towards being able to open up to Asterisk (and other Sip based systems)
I'm quite sure that WorldxChange would find several willing volunteers here to help test and iron out any issues as they prepare the service for full release.
Also, can anyone recommend alternate VoIP providers whilst we wait for WorldxChange to open up to the Asterisk community here in NZ?