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  Reply # 2084753 6-Sep-2018 10:17
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It makes no sense for me to talk to you since you are caught in your own world. Maybe it's just complicated because of this. I know what I'm talking about and everything is fixed after all without vodafone. I have dual stack, I have VoIP, I have UFB and I never complain - I act. So what.





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  Reply # 2084763 6-Sep-2018 10:40
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Tinkerisk: It makes no sense for me to talk to you since you are caught in your own world. Maybe it's just complicated because of this. I know what I'm talking about and everything is fixed after all without vodafone. I have dual stack, I have VoIP, I have UFB and I never complain - I act. So what.

 

 

I still don't get it. You're complaining that you couldn't get SIP credentials, then moved to another provider who did. But it's still Vodafone's fault they want to run a RSP managed router and not give you SIP credentials. It's not their fault they don't want to do something that is outside the scope of the product they offer. Yes you may not like it but you are more than free to move to a provider like WXC that does.

 

Or even better if you think there is a market for providing VoIP with clients and let them manage themselves you are also more than welcome to start your own RSP and offer service.

 

All of which is completely off-topic from this thread. And thankfully because all LFCs have to offer a regulated service you can start your own business and provide service.






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