| Review by nunya |
member for 12.4 years, 5322 visits, last login: a few hours ago
updated 1.9 years ago
- O Fallon,Saint Charles,MO
- $16 per month
- "Easy account setup. Everything"
- "None at this time"
- "I like it so far"
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(ratings match consensus)
After having continuous (hourly) problems with my Vitelity outbound trunks, I decided to do something proactive. (Vitelity has decided to sell, but no longer support IAX2)
I posted in the VoIP forum for some opinions on providers who support IAX2. I use Asterisk, and do not care for SIP on the WAN side (for a variety of reasons I'll not go in to). VoIP.ms was one of the mentioned. After visiting their site and creating a free account (to ensure system registration), I dropped the $25 for a PAYGO credit.
At this time, I only use VoIP.ms for outbound trunks. Who knows? I may port over my DIDs in the future.
The only drawback I've had is an "international service" fee of $.75 from VISA because the payment is to Canada. I think this is a VISA issue and not a VoIP.ms
issue. It would be cool if they could set something up to circumvent this though. It seems like they might have an office in Texas.
I have started porting DIDs to VoIP.ms. While a little on the pricey side ($25 per DID), I found it necessary to get off of Vitelity (ironically, VoIP.ms uses Vitelity for some of their services). Vitelity has abandoned the IAX2 protocol. VoIP.ms has continued to embrace IAX2, so I will stick with them. I still don't want to mess with SIP outside my firewall.
I've moved all of my DID's to VoIP.ms. I haven't had any service problems. I wish VoIP.ms would offer the vFax service.
*Update 6/11* I added some more DID's to VoIP.ms. Continuing to enjoy the service.