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UK Voip Provider

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by webby, Nov 19, 2009.

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  1. webby

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    Who if anybody in the UK is using SIP /Voip trunk / line?

    I have been looking at BT - don;t seem to be able to offer anything other than their carppy Home / BUsiness HUB and you have to use their kit or they won't support you.

    Now i have been looking at http://www.voip-unlimited.net they sound very promising. Both for price and reliability with an option of taking their dedicated BroadBand for making phone calls.

    I have just signed up to one line on a 30 day trial to see how it works and if its useable in a reliable business situation for my business.

    Hope someone can help or offer their experience with any providers.

    Thanks
     
  2. garyjduk

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    I've been using Voiptalk for the past couple of months with a 5 line sip trunk with no problems.

    Great quality with a BE Unlimited ADSL2+ connection with 1 meg upload and Vigor 2820 with QoS enabled.
     
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    BE? Who is that? ADSL2+ is not due to go live in my. Area untill march at the earliest but that should not present a problem as I only need 2 or 3 lines so 500kb upstream should not present a problem.

    Is Voiptalk a pre pay service?
     
  4. garyjduk

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    BE are part of O2 and can be found below.

    https://www.bethere.co.uk/web/beportal/homepage

    Voiptalk have a number of packages, just google the name and pick your package.
    If you wanted to test it - get a PAYG account (costs nothing) and you will get a 056 number and you can then dial into the PBX and check it works. Then upgrade to a sip trunk and a geographical number.

    We have 5 lines on a geographical number costing £24.99 a month with inclusive calls to landlines(don't know the amount but we never go over) then prepay using a credit card for mobiles and 0845 etc. and we get an email when the account is low.

    Hope that helps.
     
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