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Topic # 23247 23-Jun-2008 15:56
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Hello all!

I have seen a number of people here mentioning that they have Australian VoIP numbers. What experiences have everyone had with them, and who do people recommend to go with in Oz?

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  Reply # 139964 23-Jun-2008 16:09
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I can vouch for both MyNetFone and Faktortel. Both have extremely good service and MyNetFone's pricing is also very good.

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  Reply # 139973 23-Jun-2008 16:46
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https://www.mynetfone.com.au/ is awesome, never had an issue.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 140465 25-Jun-2008 15:08
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We use faktortel :)

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  Reply # 140470 25-Jun-2008 15:19
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I'm using iinet's iiTalk - all good!

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  Reply # 140499 25-Jun-2008 16:52
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stevonz: I'm using iinet's iiTalk - all good!


That's fine if you're a iiNet customer - looking at the site it only mentions it being available for iiNet customers on a Naked DSL plan. Is it available by itself?

 

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  Reply # 140613 25-Jun-2008 23:56
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not Australian but its free and cheap for mobile calls....If you actually top up, the voice quality is crystal clear. If you dont top up, voice quality is pretty average. I top up every 3 months for 10 Euros and get 3 months free calling to landlines in most countries and super cheap mobile phone calls. N95 takes care of the VOIP settings so no need to set up a Asterik Server and waste $$$ on power.

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  Reply # 140620 26-Jun-2008 01:04
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the company i work for also has a couple of internet cafe's and they have a mynetfone for the patrons to use





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