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hasole

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#28306 26-Nov-2008 08:51
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Hi guys

Can anyone recommended some sip providers in UK and US that they have had experience with?

I'm looking at it for a commericial deal.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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  #180824 28-Nov-2008 01:22
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Hi,

I work for Node4 (www.node4.co.uk).  We have a business-class SIP service in the UK and also have the ability to provide US numbering. 

Let me know if you need any more info

Richard

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  #181669 2-Dec-2008 21:23
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didww is good :)


 
 
 
 


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  #181670 2-Dec-2008 21:24
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Faktortel who are very good australian provider, have some access in UK/US might be worth contacting them.

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  #181691 2-Dec-2008 23:30
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I use sipgate.co.uk for my UK DID, they seem pretty good and the call quality is fine. Faktortel now have an international site, www.faktortel.com and can provide DIDs in the US (and a lot of other places around the world).

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#181712 3-Dec-2008 07:56
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I think sbiddle uses Faktortel... But every time I see the time I read it "Fark Total"...

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  #181788 3-Dec-2008 14:20
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I understand voxbone is also a very good provider with multiple redunancy.  But you have to spend soemthing like $1,500 a month minimum We could probably do that, but I wanted a trial period I was actually signing up when the minimum spend was half that, then they changed the rules so I ditched them and went with didww as its hard to justify $1,500 for a couple of months when your only wanting to test 1 or two did's to make sure it works out.

I must say I was impressed with voxbones network.

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  #182569 7-Dec-2008 11:11
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I had a hell of a time finding an actual london number available. I ended up with orbtalk, seems ok,  no credit needed to just get incoming calls.




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