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#27379 23-Oct-2008 19:02
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Anyone got a recommendation?


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  #173388 24-Oct-2008 16:07
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as far as i know there is no proper SIP client for the iphone still, really want to get some 2talk loving on my iphone,

Fring is pointless as it routes the SIP traffic via there overseas servers.



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  #173616 25-Oct-2008 21:23
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Hmmm, not the answer I was looking for, but I seem to be getting to the same point quickly...

 
 
 
 


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  #173685 26-Oct-2008 12:04
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You might find something in an un-official app if you're prepared to jail-break your iPhone. But IIRC Apple have made it part of the agreement that developers are not allowed to create applications which connect SIP by any means other than Wifi. Presumably to keep the mobile operators happy.




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  #178419 17-Nov-2008 18:57
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If you have a jailbroken phone you can find in cydia SIAX (http://siax.org/).I have a 2g phone and it works just great on wi-fi. I heard that over 3g it also works preety good. They say it works even over GPRS but the quality is pretty bad. 
For now it's free (no license required) but they say you will have to get a license (5 or 10 usd) which is reasonable.  

If you have a 1.1.4 iphone you can use sipgate.de 's application which is free.

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  #178456 17-Nov-2008 20:39
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what SIP provider have you tried it with wk?

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  #178459 17-Nov-2008 20:45
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2talk and it works very good. 

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  #179345 22-Nov-2008 04:46
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use VoipBuster...gives free internation local..

 
 
 
 




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  #179376 22-Nov-2008 10:29
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I want it to work with an on-site Asterisk, via the WiFi...  Not an internet based SIP provider.

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  #179452 22-Nov-2008 17:11
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It works just fine with asterisk.

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  #179462 22-Nov-2008 18:31
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xclusive: use VoipBuster...gives free internation local..

 

What's the catch??





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  #179465 22-Nov-2008 18:44
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old3eyes:

xclusive: use VoipBuster...gives free internation local..


What's the catch??



He won't answer. See under his username "Inactive user" in red? He was banned for spamming.




 

 

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  #179483 22-Nov-2008 19:49
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old3eyes:

xclusive: use VoipBuster...gives free internation local..

 

What's the catch??



The catch with VoipBuster is that the list of 'free' contries changes randomly.  The services costs 10EU per 120 days, and when you sign up your local calls are free, but suddenly may not be one day when you don't expect it.  And you wind up eating through your credit with them.

per: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+VoIPBuster

As with any termination service claiming to he 'free' you need to watch the fine print.  Free termination almost always has a hitch, or comes with a load of spam/advertising.

There are a number of reputable firms based in NZ providing good value termination plans with 'minute plan' options to suit most budgets...


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  #183470 11-Dec-2008 10:11
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they best sip app for iphone is siax www.siax.org
but you have to jailbreak your iphone to use it back it works great
not like fring how theres delys no delys on this app have a look at there website




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  #183633 11-Dec-2008 21:20
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+1 for siax, over 3G back to my asterisk box I can barely tell its viop




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