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    Default Which VOIP provider ?

    Hello,

    i'm looking for good fares to call austrialian and NZ land lines.
    which voip provider would you advise to me ?

    Thank you
    uxe, from .NC



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    Engine gives you free local and Australia wide land line calls when you are on the $15 a month plan
    When you do things right, people won't be sure that you have done anything at all

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    Check out Voipbuster

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    Have a look at skype works well

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    Pennytel

    8 cents calls in Aus untimed
    10 cents per min to moblies
    free calls to other penntel home phones or mobiles

    I been with them for over a year no problems
    I also got there pennySim's for my mobiles saved a $#it load on them

    looks like a call from AU to NZ is only 2.5 cents
    Last edited by DND; 06-02-10 at 10:58 AM.

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    Pennytel had a lot of problems back when I tried them. I changed over to mynetfone, on the whirlpool saver plan, No monthly fee's and pretty good call rates, and it works great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave001 View Post
    Pennytel had a lot of problems back when I tried them. I changed over to mynetfone, on the whirlpool saver plan, No monthly fee's and pretty good call rates, and it works great.

    I use them to Dave for about 2 years and have found them great. Have got about 15 people to go with them and they are happy with them to. Back up help is great. They phone you back.

    Cheers
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    have a look at faktortel, I've had no problems with them.

    cheers

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    I have been using Pennytel for about two years on a Belkin 6404VP gateway.
    Apart from the occasional resetting because of the brownouts we get up here, (remind me to muck up something with a battery back or something) I have never had any problems.
    This era of thoughtless consumption must end so we can encourage a world of creative geniuses rather than consumer idiots.


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    I've recently joined MyNetFone on the NeoSaver call plan - I've not had a single issue. Calls are great quality and saving heaps!!

    NeoSaver gives us 60 free local/National/Neoglobal calls per month for $5. Neoglobal includes 30 countries (including NZ)


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    what do you guys think of gotalk? I've been considering cancelling my line rental and switching to voip as i got optus cable internet. i've called them today andshe mentioned a plan where you get 600 free local calls and 500minutes to mobiles for 19.95/mth and no contract.

    Any opinions on gotalk?

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    I use GoTalk for all my calls and have found them very good....I have even made the system wife proof...so pickup any phone in the house and it's voip....the system must work well as the wife will soon let you know if there is a prob..

    I've 3 other mates at work on GoTalk plans and all good so far...

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    The GF and myself have not long moved into a new place and haven't bothered to connect a landline as we both have mobiles. Work has paid for my Naked DSL so I thought I'd give VOIP a go.

    I decided to sign up to PennyTel on their Free Access Untimed. My GF is Canadian so the 8c per call to Canadian Landlines and mobiles is great for us. It looks like the $10 of credit I purchased is going to last a while

    At work we had a Grandstream BudgeTone-100 VOIP phone sitting in the cupboard so I took that home to setup. Plugged it into my router and configured it with my PennyTel account. Sweet. My mobile is a Nokia E51 which has native SIP support so I also configured it. Interestingly my GF was using the IP phone to make a call when someone else rang. The second call rang on my E51. Cool. I didn't realise you could receive more than one call at a time.

    I also decided to purchase a DID for $15 for 3 years.

    If only we could get a local Canadian 604 number for this cheap!

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    yeah MyNetFone is good as well as Faktortel
    Quote Originally Posted by spacecat19 View Post
    I've recently joined MyNetFone on the NeoSaver call plan - I've not had a single issue. Calls are great quality and saving heaps!!

    NeoSaver gives us 60 free local/National/Neoglobal calls per month for $5. Neoglobal includes 30 countries (including NZ)


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    i bundle the voip with my naked dsl through iinet and loveit. Save so much money and it's been down like twice in two years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manji View Post
    what do you guys think of gotalk? I've been considering cancelling my line rental and switching to voip as i got optus cable internet. i've called them today andshe mentioned a plan where you get 600 free local calls and 500minutes to mobiles for 19.95/mth and no contract.

    Any opinions on gotalk?
    have used gotalk past 3 yrs not bad but did have some trouble with voip now with iinet:

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    You will find it hard to beat PennyTel's prices, I have Pennytel, Faktortel, Sipme and Exetel VoIP services at the moment and use Pennytel for all my outgoing calls, I have found the service fine if you set it up correctly, same as all VoIP services, the thing is, try it, if you aren't happy with it try another provider there are plenty of plans that you don't have to go on a contract.

    Oberg.

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