10-13-2007, 08:10 AM
| | Re: G.722 test number?
> alexd wrote:
>> Iain wrote:
>>> TheMgt wrote:
>>>>> I have a G.722 phone (well, loads) but I'm not going to publish my sip
>>>>> address here.
>>>> Why not? What'll happen?
>>> Spam calls?
>> I was going to put my numbers on e164.org but am hesitant for this very
> Did that last year. No spam yet. Would it even be an attractive prospect
> for spammers?
No idea; I suppose I haven't seen any reports here about VoIP spam so maybe
I am being a little paranoid. Having said that we've got some SIP trunks on
the phone system at work and we do get the odd recorded message asking us
to press 1 if we'd like to save money on phone calls.
> Email spam can be delivered very quickly, phone spam would
> require much more time and bandwidth.
In the US where local calls have been free for many a year, telemarketers
are much despised and have led to the creation of the national Do Not Call
list. Hopefully, this intrusive form of spamming won't become pervasive in
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