[RndTbl] SIP for business
ve4drk at gmail.com
Tue Sep 21 10:36:23 CDT 2010
I'd also recommend Les. I have a number of DID's (phone#'s) through him. I
have them generally pointed to my asterisk box, but I've also had them setup
to go to another soft-client on my pc, or on my iPhone, or a SPA3102 device
I have .. they all work well. There is even the ability to route the
incoming call to a redirected phone # (ie: another land-line if you wish) --
and this can be done all dynamically in real-time on the self-serve web-page
You can even setup a fail-over -- if an incoming call can't connect to one
end-point, you can set it up to try another instead ...
Easy to use too .. and for me, it's cost effective.
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 10:23 AM, Sean Walberg <sean at ertw.com> wrote:
> Les.net has been working great for me. SIP/IAX/H.323, and he'll even do
> voice mail for you if you want. You can register a phone to his proxy.
> On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 9:51 AM, Montana Quiring <montanaq at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Any suggestions for a decent SIP provider in Canada.
>> I want a Winnipeg phone number to use for business calls, but I want
>> it to be VOIP with a soft phone client option. I want people to be
>> able to call this phone number from their land line/mobile phone.
>> I would like the softphone client to be non proprietary (multi-platform).
>> I don't want to run an Asterisk server in my basement (at this point). ;)
>> I want it to be reliable.
>> Blog and Aggregation Site:
>> iPhone/Touch Apps I have bought:
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