VOIP, Discussion, questions and answers
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First step would be to download Voipcheap from HERE
I already had that. What I was after was the stages after ....
Got the same email, I only credited with £1, so will not lose much, but does any one know if you need to top up with the new £10 minimum or can you top up as your original credit?
I have emailed them with this question, but whether they will reply or not time will only tell.
Could I have done anything to my computer or is anyone else getting the same negative response. I get the message 'Connection failure, unable to get a valid server address.'
I am able to connect to Skype and Viopbuster with no problem.
No probs, straight to it
thank you :rotfl:
I've been using https://www.voicecheap.com for quite some time, with a Headset. I'm now looking for a Modem/Router to use with a BT Freestyle 2200 DECT Cordless Phone? Do you happen to know whether the Zoom X5v VOIP Modem will work with VOIP Cheap, without having to have the Computer switched on? Or, perhaps you know of something better? Also, I was informed by BT not to use 1.8 and 1.9 Gigs (whatever that means?). I'm not really looking for something that connects other Computers and that is negligible. I want something that is complete in itself, standalone, without having to use any additional units. I use Plus Net Broadband. Many thanks.
Their (very similar) client software works pretty well but the BIG advantage is that you don't have to buy any credit before you can make long calls to their Free destinations (which include UK 01 and 02 numbers of course). Most other cheap Voip suppliers seem to limit you to one minute calls until you have bought some credit.
So you have nothing to lose!
NB When dialling, prefix UK numbers with +44 (and remove the initial zero, of course)
XXXXX Update 19 Jan 06 - Sorry, it transpires that €5 credit is now required for calls > 1 minute. See posts below.