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PX Eliezer70
Hutt River
reply to Viktor

Re: [Voip.ms] International DID billing

said by Viktor:

International DIDs: "unlimited inbound calls"? I don't understand.

You can receive inbound calls with no per-minute charge.

However, if the calls are forwarded to a cell phone or forwarded to a landline number then there would be an outbound charge for that segment.

said by Viktor:

voip.ms doesn't have local access numbers. Why. If I'm not mistaken, just 1 number per country (France, Germany, etc.) should be enough, and not that expensive for voip.ms

Some companies offer this, some don't....

You may be able to use Sipbroker local access numbers to make inbound calls to Voip.MS

However, the process is more complex with Voip.MS because of their geoflung servers. Reportedly these Sipbroker codes work.

*9780 sip.us1.voip.ms
*9781 sip.us2.voip.ms
*9782 sip.us3.voip.ms

said by Viktor:

Only 1 free eNum number per main account at voip.ms. Why. I need 1 eNum number for each subaccount at voip.ms

Not eNum.

Rather, iNum.

Totally different things.

What a provider chooses to offer, or can offer, is not dependent on your own needs or desires. And providers pay for iNum numbers, they are not free.


Various providers offer free iNum numbers, and/or inbound and outbound Sipbroker access, and/or calling cards with local access numbers in various countries. Some providers have callback numbers too.