said by nauru:
I've had FPL for a year or more and I can't understand why people pay for voip.ms when FPL does all the same stuff for free. Why would I pay to make a local call with voip.ms, when calling most area codes in Canada is free? What features does voip.ms have that make it worth such a higher cost?
For some people, the $50 that they'd lay out for the FPL ATA passport would take a long time to recover based on their voip.ms usage.
That, and voip.ms actually has a decent level of support available if something breaks.