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Re: Anveo call quality and review?
> I'm a VoIP.MS refugee
Why did you switch from Voip.ms?
said by dsl2u:
>Why did you switch from Voip.ms?
Inbound calls that went straight to voicemail, outbound calls that did not connect. This was causing my wife a great deal of frustration, which in turn made my life less straightforward. After six months with Anveo I think it's safe to say those days are behind me.
I was with VoIP,MS for more than two years, mostly satisfied, and I still have an account, but at this point it is only insurance in case Anveo has a problem.--
DPC3825 (bridged mode) - WRT610N + Tomato - Panasonic KX-TGP500 - Asterisk 11.0.2 on Virtual Server
Anveo - FreePhoneLine - Voxbeam - Numbergroup - Callcentric - VoIP.MS - Localphone - UKDDI
Probably a very good idea to have 2 VOIP providers for incoming as long as they are on different networks, unaffected by the possible traffic or problems of each. Good insurance for a couple dollars per month.
just trying to decide to port my Vancouver cell to voip.ms or anveo...leaning towards anveo and their free plan....voip.ms call reception so far seems a little bit poor....only thing with anveo is you can only use the better codecs with their paid plans..
any recommendations one way or the other?
Arne BolenHappy Anveo customerPremiumReviews:
said by jimmy111 :
only thing with anveo is you can only use the better codecs with their paid plans..
You can't use the G.722 codec to/from POTS, it's only used for SIP calls and between Anveo customers.--
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