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I'm @nate
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  Reply # 582478 16-Feb-2012 17:33
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Ragnor: Question for Nate:
What happened to 3bitvoice.co.nz, out of the voip game now?


Sold that part off a couple years back to the guy above.  Made millions, currently working on my memoirs.
(we only do custom software dev now)

We're still in Newmarket, happy to meet over coffee/lunch if you want to pick my brains.  I'm no longer a dealer or have any involvement, so I can give you a good objective opinion, plus I want a free lunch Wink

 




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Zeon: Talk to Coffeebaron who is a re-seller and pretty on to it.


Couldn't agree more, Fraser is a good guy. 




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 583430 19-Feb-2012 14:32
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One other interesting thing with 2talk is:

Q. Can I make 111 calls on 2talk?
A. 2talk do not support emergency calling. However if you do make a 111 call it will connect if possible. The operator will not know your physical location so you will need to provide this information to them.


Correct me if I'm wrong but does VFX/DVS fully support 111 calling?




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  Reply # 583440 19-Feb-2012 15:08
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cokemaster: One other interesting thing with 2talk is:

Q. Can I make 111 calls on 2talk?
A. 2talk do not support emergency calling. However if you do make a 111 call it will connect if possible. The operator will not know your physical location so you will need to provide this information to them.


Correct me if I'm wrong but does VFX/DVX fully support 111 calling?


Yes they do.




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  Reply # 583481 19-Feb-2012 16:54
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cokemaster: One other interesting thing with 2talk is:

Q. Can I make 111 calls on 2talk?
A. 2talk do not support emergency calling. However if you do make a 111 call it will connect if possible. The operator will not know your physical location so you will need to provide this information to them.


Correct me if I'm wrong but does VFX/DVS fully support 111 calling?


Yip - and address data for those 111 calls is available to the 111 ICAP operator as well as the Police/Fire/Ambulance call taker from the TESA database. Any good telco/ISP offering a voice service should be doing this.


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