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Topic # 151447 25-Aug-2014 20:58
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Hi,

Eventually when UFB is going to be installed on my street, I plan on switching to Bigpipe, but since they don't do voice, I was wondering what is the best VOIP provider? I have used 2talk and it seems pretty good, but just wanted to see if there were any other options that are better.

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  Reply # 1115510 25-Aug-2014 21:20
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WXC Communications.




Chorus has spent $1.4 billion on making their xDSL broadband network faster. If your still stuck on ADSL or VDSL, why not spend from $150 on a master filter install to make sure you are getting the most out of your connection?
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  Reply # 1115564 25-Aug-2014 22:49
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coffeebaron: WXC Communications.


That does really look really nice, especially the free area calls. Definitely will consider them




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  Reply # 1115566 25-Aug-2014 22:53
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coffeebaron: WXC Communications.


Also, do they support IAX2?




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  Reply # 1115613 26-Aug-2014 07:20
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Define "best"?

IAX2 is a proprietary protocol used only by Asterisk. The only providers who will offer this are those running Asterisk as their core rather than a more enterprise grade network offering,



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  Reply # 1115620 26-Aug-2014 07:44
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dcole13:
coffeebaron: WXC Communications.


Also, do they support IAX2?

No, but their commercial product is a single SIP trunk with DDI's at which ever channel capacity you choose to buy.





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  Reply # 1115635 26-Aug-2014 08:09
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WXC , you may pay a little bit more, but you get great support when you need it.  Their call center is in NZ and they reply to email requests also.

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  Reply # 1115638 26-Aug-2014 08:15
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  Reply # 1115657 26-Aug-2014 09:09
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I use WXC, no issues in the last 4 years.

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  Reply # 1116039 26-Aug-2014 18:08
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2Talk - Cheaper, more features, minimal support
WxC - Slightly dearer, less features, excellent support

If you are playing around with VoIP 2Talk is most certainly the easiest option. You control everything. You can add/remove DDI's, change plans, change call flows, choose registration or peering etc.. It's all up to you.

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