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Topic # 242568 3-Nov-2018 17:24
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Hi folks,

 

I am looking to buy some DIDs (09) prefix. Anyone have any recommendations for the provider? I will also be dialing out so SIP trunk for incoming and outgoing.

 

Any provider with good Wholesale pricing will be ideal for me. I have heard about 2talk but any other choice ?

 

 

 

Thanks

 

 


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  Reply # 2119237 3-Nov-2018 17:41
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Check out Articulor at https://devoli.com/products

 

 


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  Reply # 2119242 3-Nov-2018 18:19
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2talk whitelabel - full featured PBX platform. Average broadband platform. Average pricing across the board.

Voyager - excellent PBX platform (well feature and management wise at least). Good voice rates, steep platform access.

Devoli - SIP trunking only. Excellent broadband management. Great pricing across the board.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2120080 5-Nov-2018 11:38
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Thank you, let me try devoli for SIP trunking


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  Reply # 2120522 5-Nov-2018 20:10
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Spark Voice Connect. $15 per channel and $0.90 per ddi.




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  Reply # 2120523 5-Nov-2018 20:14
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That's pretty reasonable. what about outbound ? what is the pricing for outgoing?

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2120529 5-Nov-2018 20:27
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Spark's Voice Connect product requires that IP PBXs are certified with a Permit To Connect! That pretty much wipes out everything open source :(

 

https://www.sparkdigital.co.nz/solutions/connectivity/voice-connect/




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  Reply # 2120532 5-Nov-2018 20:32
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Ohh seriously...  Well spark is out from the list then. I wish they would have said we support SIP xx version and rfc xxxx.

 

 

 

Thank you

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2120677 6-Nov-2018 06:41
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That's terrible pricing anyway....

Are you after a retail product, or wholesale?



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  Reply # 2120845 6-Nov-2018 12:22
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Ideally Wholesale. We just need SIP trunk with some DIDs(A block of 10 with 2 channels) and outgoing facility. 


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  Reply # 2120856 6-Nov-2018 13:05
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nzwhiffy:

 

Ideally Wholesale. We just need SIP trunk with some DIDs(A block of 10 with 2 channels) and outgoing facility. 

 

 

Right, that's certainly not a wholesale usage level, and makes that Spark pricing OK. So best to look at a re-seller of the aforementioned companies.

 

Will flick you a message.

 

 




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  Reply # 2122092 8-Nov-2018 11:32
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It's just for our product testing, eventually we need a Wholesale account.


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