Yep - so I accept having to use their required range of ATA's on their carrier grade VOIP network. Such as the PAP2T which I am using right now, and which has served me well for several years with them. But why must I use the mp264 if I want an unlimited data plan? How does that affect the network security and IP? The reasoning does not follow in my mind.
Q: Have you actually asked their sales/helpdesk if you can go on the new unlimited plan but use "open vfx"?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think sultanoswing is referring to using a VFX supported device, as opposed to Open VFX, which is BYO unsupported device.
No, not yet. I probably won't change ISPs in any instance until we move at the end of this year - so hopefully the situation will be clearer by then. I am most interested on behalf of my dad, who is currently on Fusion 40, and considering unlimited or not.
I will certainly ask if the xnet/WxC employees on the forums here aren't able to provide any further info, which is another reason I hadn't yet asked the help desk (although from some posts on here, the help desk itself has given mixed information).