[ubuntu-uk] Open Source VOIP

Michael Daniels michael_d at hotmail.co.uk
Tue Oct 18 13:03:31 UTC 2011


........use my contract minutes should read "have used all of my contract minutes", sorry about that.

From: michael_d at hotmail.co.uk
To: ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 13:00:20 +0000
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-uk] Open Source VOIP








As "3" are currently promoting Skype, it is free over a "3" phone with all Skype account privileges, when I looked around , Skype seemed to be the best deal for overseas and UK calls.  So on a low minutes contract with "3", I can use Skype if I use my contract minutes. I do not know if the "Skype support" is available to pay as you go phones. Hope this helps.

Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 13:49:43 +0100
From: danielcase10 at gmail.com
To: ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-uk] Open Source VOIP

I assume they will be doing what most 'unlimited' providers do, and giving the heavy users the unused minutes from the lighter users.

Pretty sure that's how unlimited plans work? Anything similar I can get? It's going to become very costly on pay as you go....


Daniel

On Tuesday, 18 October 2011, Kris Douglas <krisdouglas at gmail.com> wrote:
> That many minutes for only £5 is very hard to match, no doubt Skype is somehow doing that at a loss.

>
> Sent from my Desire HD running CM7
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> On Oct 18, 2011 12:03 PM, "Daniel Case" <danielcase10 at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> These are all good, but I can't seem to find an 'unlimited' plan on any of them, or prepay for 3000 minutes cheaply. They all seem to be pay as you go, while 1.20p is cheap...I go through 3000-5000 minutes to UK home phones which was why I got the 'Skype unlimited' subscription for £5, do any SIP providers do a similar thing?

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>> On Tuesday, 18 October 2011, Alan Lord (News) <alanslists at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > On 17/10/11 22:21, Daniel Case wrote:
>> >>

>> >> I'm looking to move to an open-source alternative to Skype...
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>> > Gradwell have a very good reputation; we have several customers using them and being delighted with costs and services. Although they are really for business services they may have consumer packages too: http://gradwell.com/

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