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Re: Can I really get a VOIP line for =?ISO-8859-1?Q?=A340=3F?=
voip virgin wrote:
> I'm a newsbie to the world of VOIP. I read the VOIP FAQ but it's a bit
> too advanced for me. Is there a newbie-friendly intro to VOIP?
I'm not sure there is, to be honest. I really ought to get round to
> I have a Virgin Media landline (Talk Unlimited: free calls to UK
> landlines at all times) and 2MB broadband.
> Someone told me I could get a VOIP line at £40 which would not need a PC
> switched on! I was impressed. Is this really possible?
You get a "line" for free, but the adapter (ATA) that connects your
phone to the voip is about £40.
> If so, where's a half-decent place to buy VOIP services and hardware?
I second the suggestion that you get it from Sipgate. There are better
and there are cheaper, but Sipgate is a good starting point and their
website will take you through the settings you need for your hardware.
And ignore the pillock who makes bad comments about Sipgate: he is deranged.
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