what voip services are recomended

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  1. mtaks09

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    I have been trying to make my voip provider broadvoice work but no matter what I do
    It just seems to not work. I'm looking for a provider with a flat unlimited rate that works with
    3cx. Any ideas or suggestions would be appriciated
     
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    Broadvoice is supported...http://wiki.3cx.com/voip-provider/3rd-party-supported

    That is going to be the hard part. You're thinking something like Vonage or Magicjack, neither of which work directly with 3CX, or at least not without a great deal of work (and some duct tape and chewing gum). There are a number of regional cable/phone companies that offer unlimited VoIP plans but will still restrict service to the device that they provide. The majority of "open" VoIP providers charge per second/minute rates. There may be someone out there but it's going to be extremely rare.
     
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    Ok is there a provider that at least the inbound is flat rate and there is just a monthly fee
     
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    There is a "free" inbound service, if you don't mind a number from Washington State, http://www.ipkall.com. You can link that to a free provider like SipPhone or any other VoIP provider.
     
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