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|Posted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 8:04 am Post subject: [asterisk-users] Looking for PSTN provider with unlimitedinb
|Ah. Here in NJ I can get a T1 with unlimted local for $550.00 a month but
they charge $0.029 for non local.
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From: "Tilghman Lesher" <tilghman at mail.jeffandtilghman.com>
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Yes, but he didn't qualify it. You can get a T1 with unlimited minutes in
US -- as long as those minutes are local-only. Long distance is another
matter, although most providers sell their voice T1s with a block of long
distance minutes per month. It's certainly not unlimited, though.
Also note that some people pay extra to have their local calling area
virtually an entire state, which may seem like long distance to them.
On Tuesday 01 January 2008 12:50:11 Andrew Joakimsen wrote:
|AT&T or Verizon. I think those are the only ILECs left, right?
On Dec 31, 2007 9:26 AM, Steve Finkelstein <sf at stevefink.net> wrote:
|Mind if I ask who that provider is?
On Dec 31, 2007, at 8:10 AM, Senad Jordanovic <senad at bicom.us> wrote:
|Justin Case wrote:
|Tell me when to stop laughing. Multiple channels and unlimited
No sane person will give that to you.
Yap I agree...
but but for about $900 per month one could get T1 (24 channels)
unlimited in/out as far I seen last time our providers rates.
|On Dec 30, 2007 2:16 AM, Steve Finkelstein < sf at stevefink.net
<mailto:sf at stevefink.net>> wrote:
I have a budget to work with and was wondering if there are any
folks providing SIP/IAX2 trunking for unlimited inbound/outbound
a flat rate? We're in the budget range of roughly $5,000 a month
we need multiple channels per DID.
I'm not sure if something like this is feasible in the world of
-- and I only need to be able to make domestic/USA calls.
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