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danielparker

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#87229 22-Jul-2011 22:00
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Hi,

I need a Sydney based phone number, primarily for inbound calls. I currently have an Xtra ADSL connection (approx 20 mbit down, 1 mbit up (100 meters from the Cabinet)) terminated in Hamilton. I have a Trixbox (Asterisk based) VOIP server here.

Can some one please recommend a provider.  Price is not the primary motivation.. We need our number to be stable, as it will be used as a contact point for our business. 

Suggestions please.

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Daniel Parker 

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  #496961 22-Jul-2011 22:32
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I use www.mynetfone.com.au and others here use www.faktortel.com.au...




 

 

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  #497054 23-Jul-2011 11:37
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I've used Faktortel for a number of years and never had an issue.

Just be aware there are different numbers types in Aussie, and while you can get a DID number, an ACMA number can only be allocated if you have a valid address within the region you want the number in.

 
 
 
 


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  #497199 23-Jul-2011 19:56
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sbiddle: I've used Faktortel for a number of years and never had an issue.

Just be aware there are different numbers types in Aussie, and while you can get a DID number, an ACMA number can only be allocated if you have a valid address within the region you want the number in.


Hi,

What would make me want a ACMA number over a DID number?

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  #498200 26-Jul-2011 19:38
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I think you can get Australian numbers from 2talk now, Sydney is one of the regions.

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