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Topic # 7610 27-Apr-2006 20:48
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Wonder if the other NZ DIDs are coming soon...

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  Reply # 34153 27-Apr-2006 21:04
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  Reply # 34154 27-Apr-2006 21:05
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DDI's in other cities are a year overdue..

I kind of get the fealing it's a product that is just sitting there with no real effort being out into it. They must be the only VoIP provider in the world that isn't into the business of selling ATA's, they've been talking about that for ages as well.


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  Reply # 34175 27-Apr-2006 22:19
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Ha Ha,, it's so "Skypeish" all cute and available in 10 pastel shades.....Tongue out

I see the "Voice box" (Grandstream Handy-Tone 486) is "Coming Soon"
I have the 286 version without the extra landline connectivity... Excellent little thing, The grandstream phone are also very good, don't be fooled by their "Otara market HelloKitty* Asian phone and calender" looks, they are good phone.

I see the "iTalk" plan is now known as "iTALK Lite" and more coming soon... Oooh!

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Reply # 34251 28-Apr-2006 22:39
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i received a email reply from italk today.
Local DD numbers are 3 months away so they say.
I now use an Aust VOIP provider also
italk web site is updated

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Reply # 34253 28-Apr-2006 23:25
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I also must add, The new site has less info on it and the actual products than the old one did as is the way with websites these days.....

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