VOIP Provider Again
lzirkel at cendev.com
Tue Apr 10 09:58:41 MDT 2007
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blr at robertsr.us wrote:
>> On 4/9/07, Gabriel Gunderson <gabe at gundy.org> wrote:
>>> On Mon, 2007-04-09 at 16:51 -0400, blr at robertsr.us wrote:
>>>> What's a good VOIP provider for an Orem resident with Comcast
>>> 2 1/2 years of searching tells me that there are none.
> Well, so far I've gotten one recommendation for viatalk. Anybody second?
> How about broadvoice? Any good or bad experience with them?
My personal opinion is that in a lot of ways VoIP providers are much
like brands of automobiles. Some folks swear by Chevy, others by Ford,
others by whatever. It's not quite a religious battle like emacs vs.
vi, etc. I personally have used broadvoice and have had no issues with
them (save for ones I've created myself). And for my home phone service
I use Vonage currently. Both services have performed incredibly well
for me and I would mark them as dependable and reliable, but others
experiences will obviously differ. I am currently shopping for a
provider that provides IAX support as I prefer it to the SIP/RTP
combination so if anyone has any input I'd be interested.
Louis Zirkel / lzirkel at cendev.com
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