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Topic # 31133 5-Mar-2009 21:08
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Hi All

How would you go about setting up a system that people would buy a ticket  and get an x number of minutes to call majority of land lines around the world going over VOIP.

I have run into it in hostels alot but don't know if its a provider thing or something your would setup yourself.

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  Reply # 199566 6-Mar-2009 08:33
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If you have BB there have a look at 2talk  http://www.2talk.co.nz/

 

 





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Old3eyes




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  Reply # 199569 6-Mar-2009 08:41
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I currently use 2talk for my home phone over telstra cable.

Its for our holiday home that I want it for because a few people use it and it would be good to be able to spread the costs over the people that use it.

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  Reply # 199574 6-Mar-2009 09:03
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2talk does pin codes - give the users a pin code. Monitor the calling and oncharge as required. Not exactly a prepaid solution that you probably want. 

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  Reply # 199592 6-Mar-2009 11:34
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Have a look here and see if the A2Billing addon for Trixbox might work for you. They talk about links to PayPal and prepaid in this link so could be worth reviewing:

http://www.voip.divafone.com/a2billing.htm

Cheers Mike

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  Reply # 199645 6-Mar-2009 17:06
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a2billing and Asterisk (or a distro such as trixbox or Elastix) would do everything you need.

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