[olug] VOIP Provider info.

Shawn L. Djernes shawn at djernes.org
Wed Feb 9 04:05:50 UTC 2005

Vonage and CallVantage do not like the open source community and make there
devices locked so that if you buy one and don't like their service you are
left with a useless brick.


-----Original Message-----
From: olug-bounces at olug.org [mailto:olug-bounces at olug.org] On Behalf Of
woodsjay at cox.net
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 8:55 PM
To: Omaha Linux User Group
Subject: RE: [olug] VOIP Provider info.

Ray Puseman and I have switched over to Vonage down here in 
Huntsville AL with a phone number in area code 402 so that 
our families can reach us at no charge. So far we have been 
well served. It is necessary to get the $24.99/month 
package for the volume of calls that we have.  
On Tuesday 08 February 2005 16:41, Wes Ferrel wrote: 
> I'm starting to dig a little further into the information 
presented at 
> February's meeting.  There were a couple of VOIP 
providers recomended, 
> but my memory being what it is, I've managed to forget 
> I'm seriously considering a move to a VOIP provider.  I'd 
prefer to be 
> able to port my current number to my new provider, but 
that may not be 
> totally necessary. 
>        Thanks. 
>           Wes 

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