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#14720 17-Jul-2007 13:53
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Hi Guys,

Just wondering if anyone can provide any recommendations:

We are currently looking at having a new PBX installed into the office, we are looking at an Asterisk based solution which will be supported by a local company here in AKL rather than me setting up a Trixbox server (I could do it, but id prefer to have someone backing me).

We currently have 6 basic rates, 30DDI's via telecom on our old PSTN pbx.  We have a few overseas tollfree numbers in the USA, UK, Australia.

So my question is who should I choose as a local SIP provider to make NZ based calls? (I would like to use more than one for reliability/redundancy).  Should I talk to the same SIP provider regarding the tollfree numbers or should I be looking at some international company for the tollfree numbers?

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  #78464 17-Jul-2007 14:48
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Hi, without breaking the rules and shamelessly plugging our own service , yes we can and do support SIP trunking for Asterisk ,

here is a thread where I have answered some questions on this, hope this helps.

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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  #78873 19-Jul-2007 21:36
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