[*] Dell is now a VOIP provider (in Canada)
ve4drk at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 17:25:40 CST 2012
Interesting -- appears the corporation that takes your money is:
Fibernetics Corp 605 Boxwood Drive
Cambridge ON N3E1A5
They run numerous companies, such as the freephoneline mentioned, as well
as worldline, 295.ca, 101295.com (dial-around service) and appear to appear
to also offer DSL in some areas and are a CLEC.
They did only offer lines in a few provinces and provide the following list
of calls that are free: http://www.dellvoice.ca/cityListing
Their model appears to be based on in-app advertising -- ie: Dell top 10
deals of the week etc. Appears to be an Asterisk based system.
I checked the output with tcpdump -- SIP registration via
proxy.fongo.comwith the credentials of the user (which is the phone
#), ie: 1nxxxxxxxxx.
Their app is not 100% stable. It has crashed a number of times on me in
the past day -- even with an update to the app earlier today.
On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 6:28 PM, Alex Z <metalexa at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Dell VOIP provider is run by http://www.freephoneline.ca/
> freephoneline also supply's VOIP for companies like Budweiser (budphone)
> They have DID's in Ontario, BC, Alberta and Quebec
> On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 4:06 PM, Bill Reid <billreid at shaw.ca> wrote:
> > No Manitoba DIDs
> > On 10/02/12 13:36, John Lange wrote:
> >> This doesn't make any sense to me from a business perspective, but
> >> here it is none the less.
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