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PX Eliezer7
Premium
join:2008-08-09
Hutt River
kudos:13
Reviews:
·callwithus
·voip.ms
reply to BigBlarg

Re: Outbound calls show number as 15142285030

said by BigBlarg:

It won't tell me why it worked and now it don't work.

Probably because they changed carriers, as VoIP providers do all the time.

What's wrong with you that you can't understand such a simple concept?

AVonGauss
Premium
join:2007-11-01
Boynton Beach, FL

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reply to BigBlarg

said by BigBlarg:

PLEASE NOTE THAT I ALREADY DID THE SWITCH TO PREMIUM AND IT FIXED THE PROBLEM. SO DON'T COME HERE TO EXPLAIN ME THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VALUE AND PREMIUM, BECAUSE THIS IS NOT THE ANSWER I'M LOOKING FOR. THANK YOU.

I think you're wanting to reply to me and not the original poster, whose thread you sort of highjacked in the first place. What is so hard to understand that multiple routes can be used for a single destination and when you select value routing they may use routes (providers) that do not support caller id? Is that really so difficult for you to comprehend?


BigBlarg

join:2008-02-10
Longueuil, QC
kudos:1
Reviews:
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reply to PX Eliezer7

said by PX Eliezer7:

changed carriers, as VoIP providers do all the time.

Thank you, that's what I wanted to know. I don't work for VoIP company, I don't know how they do their business. If you tell me they often change carriers, that makes a lot of sense and it is probably what happened, but it was not said before.

said by PX Eliezer7:

What's wrong with you that you can't understand such a simple concept?

How am I supposed to understand it if I've never been told before? If I knew, I wouldn't have been asking questions.

Yes, I thought VoIP.ms could have changed its routes, but it is a possibility I made up in my mind without knowing if it was actually something that could happen, among many other possibilites that came up in my mind.

Anyway... now that I know this, I understand why I must use premium.

I just hate having to choose stuff because some person said it was the thing to do, without explaining.


samehere

@teksavvy.com
reply to BigBlarg

same problem here....never happened before on the value route until recently....I do not want to pay extra for premium especially since this has been working fine before.



EvilWrong

join:2009-11-17
Laval, QC
reply to BigBlarg

yes.. ok but seem to apen just when i call a videotron client ? and somebody know when Voip.ms going to add the option for different routing(value, PRemium) for all number i have ?


MZB

join:2010-11-25
Dunrobin, ON
reply to mau108

At least 15142285030 is a normal number.

If you call the UK using the value route, you get a caller id like: 098223XXXXXXXXXX.

09 numbers are premium rate (like 1-900 numbers in US/Canada) . That may be enough to scare some people from answering the phone!

I guess that's how their value route provider makes their money.