ver_01

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About ver_01

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  1. Just saw your message, I'd posted this way back. someone from this forum helped find what I was looking for back then. Thanks. I may need a few new routes soon. PS: What is a carrier neutral master agent
  2. Per TFM, you can do conference calls via Google Voice. Looks like you have to have the people call you, though... not you calling them: http://support.google.com/voice/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=115137 Thats correct, however, google Voice wouldn't let me make a call through that interface. The only way I can make a call is to open gmail and use the "call" option there which does not have conference calling options. About the First query. I looked around a bit on Google Voice product forum and its turns out a lot of people are facing the same problem. The GV guys are suggesting it is a problem with Google wallet and google wallet has not replied to my emails, tried calling their customer service and was assured of a solution within 24 hours. Didn't happen. Apparently google does not have the tech to accept a $10 payment! Seriously!! How can you screw up a simple payment gateway?
  3. Hello guys, I'm in India, I activated google voice here using a proxy and can make free calls to any landlines in the USA and am quite delighted by the call quality but have a couple of questions: 1. I cant seem to add credit on my google voice account to make international calls, using my credit card, each time I try, I get a message that says: "We couldn't start your purchase because of a technical issue. Any charge will be automatically cancelled within 24 hours. Please try again after 24 hours." Can anyone tell me why this happens and is there a way around this? 2. Is there any way for me to be able to make more than one call at a time? Currently all my attempts to initiate a conference call have failed. cheers
  4. Maybe you did not detect the sarcasm in Afterm4th's post but your query about premium rate numbers is illegal and you could land into trouble for this.
  5. I have been looking for a VOIP wholesale route to UK mobiles (specifically O2 network). My target is 3 cents per minute, the best I have been able to find so far is 4.3 cents. Would really appreciate if someone could point me to a voip company which can provide the pricing I'm looking for. PS: I do realise my target pricing is on the low side but I can commit to a volume of a 100 thousand minutes daily so the provider may well end up doing quite well for himself, given the big requirement. cheers
  6. I have been looking for a VOIP wholesale route to UK mobiles (specifically O2 network). My target is 3 cents per minute, the best I have been able to find so far is 4.3 cents. Would really appreciate if someone could point me to a voip company which can provide the pricing I'm looking for. PS: I do realise my target pricing is on the low side but I can commit to a volume of a 100 thousand minutes daily so the provider may well end up doing quite well for himself, given the big requirement. cheers
  7. the rates for link2voip are at least 30% higher than your average supplier, which may not really be too much of an issue for a retail or low usage individual. The OP on the other had intends to use this service to run a predictive dialer which means really high volumes. SO this particular provider may not be the best possible solution for him. for cheap dialer traffic to US UK and AU he'd be better off with someone like a net4india.
  8. according to this Libyas internet is hooped at the moment: http://regmedia.co.uk/2011/03/04/youtube_libya_traffic.png ...but thats just their net What's the ivr you are referring?, i mean, what is it?. English isn't my main language and don't know what it could be regarding telecommunications. Thanks in advance!!! IVR is an Interactive Voice Response system. It lets the computer follow our commands based on the DTMF tones that we send. A good example would be when you call you mobile telephony operator's customer care and the first thing you usually hear is a recorded message that gives you options to press 1,2 or 3 on the keypad to access various menus.
  9. Tried calling Libya today( just curious) and the call went through. It landed on an IVR though and I suspect the server was located somewhere not too close to the country (try EU), the calls to the Indian high commission in Libya are still working though, you will get a live person after about 2 minutes of IVR in most cases. Also heard that a few locals have started setting up makeshift exchanges to enable international communications.
  10. I think some mention of binrev was made on the Wikipedia page on phreaking. This was a while back though and some of the content has been changed so am not sure if it still exists, the current information on wikipedia is not too bad given how clueless most people are when it comes to certain terms.
  11. Hello everyone, a lot of research can be seen here but most of it pertains to phone systems located in the USA or UK and Au at best. What about the other countries? Is there a resource where similar information about Asian countries can be found? I realise the systems are more or less alike worldwide, but have a feeling most enthusiasts havent really explored beyond the US or the UK. Here is what I am looking for: 1. To share information with members about phone systems in india and find out if they have had any exposure to it. 2. To figure out if the phreaking scene even exists in Asia and to connect with enthusiasts from India, China, Hongkong (all of asia). Any comments suggestions welcome.
  12. Not sure if that would work as their CDR would capture anything that may go through so you may end up getting billed for it.
  13. Hmm, thank you for your comment. I think I will have a problem with a), and c)... are non-us/canada provider (offshore) more flexible with this? Can you recommend me a provider? Regarding the volume: I dont know for sure, but it could be one million or more calls per month... Have you found a solution for this yet, if not I could recommend a couple of providers, not sure if callwithus will accept dialer traffic however there are quite a few companies that would be happy to help you.
  14. Yeah I think they are not 100% compatible with eyebeam, I eventually configured them on my mobile phone. Most calls are going through fine now. I know what you are saying about the exotic destinations though,I havent been able to connect anything there and a lot of calls to these destinations seem to get hijacked to some other servers!! any other service providers you can recommend?
  15. with the other account is there a profile rule set on the ATA in the admin>provisioning tab? if there is, it might be changing the settings on the device Nope, removed the other account altogether, it was a basic ip to ip configuration anyways that wasnt very complex and can be reconfigured without any password. have tried this on xlite also without any joy.