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Topic # 14709 17-Jul-2007 07:13
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I got an email this morning to say we can get a NZ skypein number.
I checked and yes you can with either a 09,04 or 03 std code




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  Reply # 78403 17-Jul-2007 09:41
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Yep, I just signed up for one yesterday for work - it works really well.  NZ$24 for 3 months with free voicemail!

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  Reply # 78944 20-Jul-2007 10:39
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Is it free to call a SkypeIN number from any NZ landline?

Does anybody out there have any other experiences bad or good with the service??

Many thanks,

Gwiym



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Reply # 78951 20-Jul-2007 10:56
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No, it's not free to call SkypeIn numbers, unless you are in the same area code.

With Skype you need your PC always on (or like me have a Skype DualPhone which plugs directly to your router or switch). Also it's a new phone number. With a provider such as XNET VFX you can port your existing number to it, and have a device to continue using old phones in the VoIP setup.

I also found the SIP-based VoIP quality much better than Skype.





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