The Sipura was 130ish.
Blueface - €10pm - at the minute we use it only for international calls to my sister in Boston. Mobile calls are still fairly expensive, and not much cheaper so it's handier leave them to Eircom than constantly topping up our Blueface account.
Why not get the Freedom Basic instead?
It's not completely up to me as I don't pay the bill, but we just didn't want to get in too deep with such a new technology. We felt with the Pay As You Go we would be able to get out easier if it didn't live up to the hype.
air or Cabaal - can you XXX out those IP addresses - just to be safe.
I don't see a problem with the IP's as their internal IP's on his LAN, not really a security problem.
<snip>..I'm getting pings returned (quite fast actually I think he's local) and this boyo is in for a world pain. Anyway, I'll let you know how I get on, btw his address is 127.0.0.1
Not to boast or anything............
2Mb Leased line with Eircom <SNIP>
18,000 per annum
Yeah we have been using VoIP Ireland for some time now....
The running cost may look expensive to you but considering the amount of calls we make to the UK.... Around 4000-6000 per day we are saving a lot of money.
My Service Providers :
Broadband - NTL 1.5mpbs
VoIP - BlueFace PAYGMy Hardware/Software Setup
Software - Firefly (Working great), X-Lite (Dodgy connections)
Harware - Sony headset, Cheap microphoneMy Running Costs
€50 a month for NTL (shared with mates)
€10 a month for BlueFace, hrs of calls to Asia/Australia
The only thing is I am not happy is with my headset/mic. They really sux. Wanna get sthing better but not sure whether VoIP phones or just bluetooth headset/dongle combi. Feel free to suggest. My budget is tight, €100 is max!
How did you make calls to UK mobiles for 2Cent/Min when the cheapest Smart rate to uk mobiles is 16cent/min to O2 in the uk?????