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tims

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#17680 6-Dec-2007 21:48
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I'm considering getting Naked DSL and already have a broadband modem (Dynalink RTA1320) and line filter.  To enable VoIP, would the cheapest way to go be something like this? - VoIP adaptor/Router 3-port Net phone
http://www.mytoys.co.nz/detail.aspx?ID=39482

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  #98653 6-Dec-2007 21:50
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I would highly recommend using WorldXChanges VFX service for a primary VoIP line and local number.

But yes, that unit would work for Naked DSL + VoIP (though not with VFX, as you must use an approved device on their network)







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