On Aug 8, 10:24 pm, Brian A <no_spam_bca1...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 20:59:34 +0100, Jono <notha...@blueyonder.invalid>
> >Brian A laid this down on his screen :
> >> Has anyone noticed that 18185 (and probably the others) no longer
> >> allow calls from voip numbers? I've tried registering voip.co.uk,
> >> sipgate and voiptalk numbers. None are accepted.
> >> Works fine with my mobile and can register conventional landline
> >> numbers.
> >> Now...to think of a way round it..... Hmmmmmmm
> >Why would you need to? Use 18185 on a VoIP line, that is.
> Cheaper calls to 0870, 0845 at peak times?
> >I suppose you could port a BT number to an ITSP. Or register a trusted
> >friend's fixed line number & arrange to present that number on outbound
> >VoIP calls (could be confusing)
> That was the very thing I was thinking of.
> It is possible that they have had trouble with people who use voip
> numbers as they might be difficult to trace. It would be easy to get a
> voip number and register a stolen credit card for example.
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How can I present a number? on Voip? calling the techies here its Not