Still no joy with the client, the serial number on my account is the old V4+ dialer box i had, so when i update I may be changing someone elses configurations!
diamonds wrote: »
18185 is still 6p yeah & the connection charge, am I wrong ? just that.........http://www.discountdial.co.uk/rates.php
united kingdom [national rate] landline/mobile 0844 566 3 566 5p
diamonds wrote: »
18185 is still 6p yeah & the 5p connection charge, am I wrong ? just that.........http://www.discountdial.co.uk/rates.php
united kingdom [national rate] landline/MOBILE
0844 566 3 566 5p per min
united kingdom MOBILE
0871 754 41 41 6p a min
no 18185 5p connection fee on either
digital wrote: »
Once you have set up the routing the software sends it to Orchid's server and you then force the dialler to connect to Orchid's server by using the keys on your phone.
barrymung wrote: »
So..if Orchid went bust and switched off their server how would I update my dialler?
Welcome To Orchid Electronics (UK)Description
Orchid Electronics Limited (Hong Kong) was founded in 1996. The company's major business areas are the development and manufacture of quality electronics products for international markets. The Hong Kong operation is run from its Kwun Tong offices by Hong Kong MD Mr Ken Lew. In 1997, in conjunction with its then UK partner Dialogue, Orchid developed a range of Least Cost Routing (LCR) products for the UK and other European markets. Since then Orchid has manufactured more than 1.5 million Line Powered LCR Diallers and Telephones.
In late 1998 the factory re-located to Dong Guan, about 100km north of Hong Kong. The 3000sq. m building houses the production lines, material control, warehouse and engineering development areas of the company.
In April 2000, the bonding laboratory was established in the factory. The efficiency and quality of the bonding laboratory has improved rapidly ever since. It is now handling all bonding processes needed for production. The first Surface Mounted Technology (SMT) component insertion line was installed in October 2001.This enabled the company to improve the production process to an even higher level of precision. The latest development in early 2002 was in the enhancement of the production line to manufacture up to 2.4Ghz RF Telecom equipment. This enables the factory to produce DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Technology) for the European markets. Launching its first DECT phone with built in LCR in October 2002. In September 2003, Orchid in conjunction with Philips, developed its first low-cost, non-GAP range of cordless digital phones. In 2003, Orchid set up its UK office to help manage its expanding product and customer base.
BritBrat wrote: »
You ever done it manual Heinz? seems to me it would be quite tricky to make sure it's all right and working.
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
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