[kwlug-disc] Favourite free sip registrars?
zixiekat at gmail.com
Fri Sep 13 14:47:27 EDT 2013
I've often wondered if there was such a thing available. A bunch of folks
putting together a giant Asterix exchange. Perhaps unable to dial to POTS,
but inter-geek calls could be routed to real phones in the house.
I do know there is iNUM, which is supposed to give everyone who registers a
free number in +883 5100 ITU international code assignment... Apparently
some POTS providers can dial it directly. The number I got from them (but
haven't set up yet) is: (883)5100 0990 3520
On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 1:55 PM, Paul Nijjar <paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> $0/month is certainly a factor. I think this free SIP thing could be a
> good complement to a service we offer (disclaimer?) -- a community
> voicemail system that gives people a free voicemail box so they can
> receive messages reliably.
> I think that a phone+wifi+softphone could work for people.
> - Paul
> On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 01:04:22PM -0400, unsolicited wrote:
> > To be fair, the fixed monthly fee for unlimited (3500 minutes), 2
> > channels, is an option. Since I'll never talk for 396 minutes in a
> > month, I'd go for the $0.99 per month, $0.01 per minute plan,
> > unlimited channels. And that's only if one gets a DID.
> > You can call out for a $25 deposit, $0.0052/minute, Canada, and not
> > worry about the DID. People will still get you at sip://firstname.lastname@example.org,
> > and VoIP to VoIP is free.
> > But then, this was only ever about calling out to non-PSTN, anyways
> > - there's no way for a caller to know where these people will be at
> > at any given point in time, to know if they're currently connected.
> > As for hardware thingie ... wi-fi and one's android phone. Done.
> > - assuming one has one, and the knowledge transfer.
> > Or laptop softphone at home, headset, and/or one of those usb /
> > phone adapters. Or just use the builtin mic/camera/speakers.
> > Remember - $0/month income. At least for the case of the OP.
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