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Topic # 26996 9-Oct-2008 17:00
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Hi there.

 

In my quest to sort a VOIP setup at home.  I'm currently using 2talk in a 028 prepay plan for testing with and am happy with it so far.  If I get to their 500 free minute plan with a Auckland fone number it will cost $15 / month.  I see that italk  which seems to have a very close name and services  charges $9.95 / month for the same service.

 

Anyone care to comment on the good , the bad and the ugly of italk??

 

TIA.

 





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  Reply # 170277 9-Oct-2008 20:07
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I've never used iTalk but we use 2Talk daily and have been very happy with their service.

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  Reply # 170306 9-Oct-2008 23:04
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Both are callplus products - the newer italk plans are less attractive then the old ones, which were 10 a month and no limit on the number of mins you could call locally (IMO)

2talk has more features tho, like callback which is great to save money if you have a prepay cellphone and need to make local calls lots.




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