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# 175735 10-Jul-2015 10:50
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Hi,

Who's the best provider across the ditch for SIP trunks? Have an asterisk PBX that it will be terminated on.

Just looking for a standard number for business use.

Cheers!

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  # 1340441 10-Jul-2015 10:56
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Don't use it myself, but I've heard relatively good feedback about Pennytel.

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  # 1340452 10-Jul-2015 11:05
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I've used Faktortel for probably 6 or 7 years now and never had a single issue.

I've got an affiliate link which gives me something and I think gives you a discount as well if you want to sign up (been a long time since I looked so I'm not sure what that is now)



 
 
 
 


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  # 1340659 10-Jul-2015 14:43
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Also 2talk do Australia numbers.





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  # 1340689 10-Jul-2015 15:16
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I also use Faktortel

 

When I signed up there was a geekzone (or whirlpool can't remember which) promo code which gives me a free Aussie land line number for local incoming calls. You got to pick your city.

 

 

So all my wife's family in Melbourne get untimed local calling to us direct into NZ. They get to call their own separate handset sitting on my fritzbox and love the idea that they have a hot line to NZ.

 

 

We also get 10c calls to aussie landlines with Faktortel. $20 lasted me about 2 years last time - and will be longer this time as my skinny phone has a huge number of free minutes.

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  # 1340692 10-Jul-2015 15:24
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There is a $5 per year on MyNetPhone deal

https://www.mynetfone.com.au/whirlpool/VoIP/Plans




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  # 1340820 10-Jul-2015 19:38
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ajobbins: There is a $5 per year on MyNetPhone deal

https://www.mynetfone.com.au/whirlpool/VoIP/Plans


I use this, never had a problem and it includes an inbound number in a city of your choice (even a few NZ locations).

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  # 1341189 11-Jul-2015 16:48
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mdf: Don't use it myself, but I've heard relatively good feedback about Pennytel.


Pennytel went 'bust' a year or two ago - MyNetfone took them over - probably better to go with MyNetfone - I use them at times and haven't had any problems.

https://www.mynetfone.com.au/PennyTel-FAQ
http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2173355

 
 
 
 


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  # 1341210 11-Jul-2015 17:29
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Does MyNetFone have an NZ SIP server?

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