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w1ve
Premium
join:2007-12-28
Hancock, NH
reply to dsl2u

Re: Anveo call quality and review?

said by dsl2u:

> I tried them for outbound and had trouble completing some calls.
But for outgoing calling you have so many free choices. As long as you can set the caller ID to match your incoming number that is.

Why try for free? less than a penny a minute is essentially free -- and you get reliable call quality.

voip.ms and flowroute both have outgoing to Canada for less than a penny a minute (.89 cent/m for flowroute, .79 cent or less/m for voip.ms). If you call the US a lot, flowroute is lower cost than Anveo or voip.ms. I have accounts with all three. 99% of my termination traffic is with Flowroute -- Never, Ever had any trouble, they support OUTBOUND CNAME, which is very cool. I have had outbound issues with voip.ms at various times, but they are generally very good, and my main origination numbers are with them. I use Anveo because they are one of the few providers who have PEI (902) origination a (for a reasonable price, that is). VoiceMeUp provides me a New Brunswick DID, but they are very unreliable, and expensive. Not recommended.
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JJ_GTA
Premium
join:2009-04-01
Ontario
I tried to open a flowroute account and they requested a copy of my passport. Thanks but no thanks, I'll stick with what I got.

w1ve
Premium
join:2007-12-28
Hancock, NH
ouch! I didn't know flowroute was a country! Don't blame ya.

JJ_GTA
Premium
join:2009-04-01
Ontario
Reviews:
·voip.ms
·Anveo
·TekSavvy Cable
I can understand the carriers need to be careful with fraud, especially this kind of business. I know VoIP.ms will ask for address verification if you want to call certain countries.

In this case, I was just opening an account, didn't get very far at all. My credit card info or Paypal verification should be enough for standard North America transactions.


Trev
IP Telephony Addict
Premium
join:2009-06-29
Victoria, BC
kudos:6
said by JJ_GTA:

In this case, I was just opening an account, didn't get very far at all. My credit card info or Paypal verification should be enough for standard North America transactions.

Neither of those are really that secure as both are routinely compromised and used without authorization. If the merchant isn't shipping something, they really have no good way to authenticate a customer based on those payment methods alone (unless Verified by Visa / MasterCard Secure Code are involved, which helps drastically).
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PX Eliezer70
Premium
join:2008-08-09
Hutt River
kudos:13
Reviews:
·callwithus
·voip.ms
reply to JJ_GTA
said by JJ_GTA:

I tried to open a flowroute account and they requested a copy of my passport. Thanks but no thanks, I'll stick with what I got.

I thought that Flowroute only took Amazon Payments or wire transfer ?