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    Sip Trunk Providers

    Anybody got any recommendations for SIP trunk providers? Currently looking at setting up an Asterix PBX and using SIP trunks (with PSTN failover).

    Anybody people have used and would recommend?

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    Will contact them - i have already contacted a few people

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    Voicehost might be worth a look at, there is no inbuilt failover but you can set custom destinations via a web interface.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benjie View Post
    Voicehost might be worth a look at, there is no inbuilt failover but you can set custom destinations via a web interface.
    UK VoIP Internet Phone Service - Free VoIP Calls, Virtual PBX
    That looks more like hosted VOIP then just sip trunks to our on-site pbx.

    Unless i'm being think and missing it (which is highly likely today!)

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    We use Gradwell (for IAX2 trunks - but they also do SIP). Not had a massive amount of issues.

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    We use Gradwell (for IAX2 trunks - but they also do SIP). Not had a massive amount of issues.
    Have contacted them.

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    Voicehost, they do hosted PBX but you have to pay for it. They do give you SIP trunks, to link to your PBX.

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    Have spoken with a few various suppliers

    Cheers guys!

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    Will give them a call aswell!

    Out of interest what PBX do you use?

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    Two Asterisk based servers. One running FreePBX for day to day office stuff. The other runs the call centre on VICIDial

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    Ah cool - I'm currently building an astrisk box to play with - do you use any wireless Dect handsets?

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