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    Ok thats cool. I did look at the IP 550 but they are a touch to much for us - we are looking at some Cisco SPA 501G For the department offices and Still undecided on the offices possibly Yealink T28P but not 100% sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
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    Hmm didn't think it that - will investigate!

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    Just to bump this topic, has anyone found a good SIP provider?

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    Intrinsic technology where very helpful when i spoke with them - although I never fully finished the setup as I left before I finished it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    Just to bump this topic, has anyone found a good SIP provider?
    I can help you out with this Matt. We partner with Intrinsic technology so if you let me have the details, I'll give you a quote

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    Thanks Luke. I was just curious to see if there were any good ones out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millgate View Post
    I can help you out with this Matt. We partner with Intrinsic technology so if you let me have the details, I'll give you a quote
    I've only just seen this! I got mine through Millgate when i did it! Should have mentioned that! Sorry Luke

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    We use a company called Dalycom, they resell Gamma trunks. We started with 5 lines plus around 20 DDI's plus CLI flexibility, so we can present pretty much any number on the outgoing call. Each DDI was 69p, and the rental on the lines wasn't a lot. In our first production month for one of our satellite centres, running 6 phones, our first bill was a shade over 100, as there was a one time fee for the connection for the endpoint(ie where the incoming calls point to) and the couple of months after that barely push 50 a month including calls. No brainer really, and we are planning to push it out over all 5 centres during this year.

    For phones we hit a popular auction site, and got some cheap grandstream budgetones for a tenner each for classrooms(think cheap nasty, but good enough for a incidental phone) and 30 each for a load of Cisco 7940G phones with psu's for the desks(we bought 30).

    As we phase out our ISDN systems, this system will be brought in, and we can get rid of our non geographic 0844 numbers too, as the sip DDI's are portable, where BT DDI's are usually tied to an exchange(we moved 2 centres into one, 2 miles from one, and 15 from the other, all the same std code, but 3 different exchanges, no chance to keep any range of numbers, hence the 0844). Also thinking of tying it into Exchange and Lync, for a truly awesome internal conferencing/communication system. Got to love EES and the enterprise cal pack!

    Oh and make sure you have the bandwidth and the stability for multiple phones, we have 10/10 leased lines at most of the centres, and 100/100 at the main one, so not really a problem for us.

    If you have any questions let me know.

    James

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