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Re: VOIP providers in Ontario?
Voip.ms is the best it seems but complicated to set up and in case you need to trouble shoot in a household with other people who won't bother with it.
From what I've read, Ooma is the best one in terms of cheap monthly/simplicity/reliability. Only drawback is that it's a rip-off to get going ($150 without even a handset).
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