On lør, 2005-08-13 at 11:27 +0100, Anders Holm wrote:
> Ross Davis said the following on 12/08/2005 17:31:
> > Hi,
> > I have a friend who has a Irish/UK business and needs an Irish number
> > that he can redirect at will(preferably) to UK numbers. He already tried
> >  but the quality of service was poor. Something with 99% QoS is
> > needed. Anybody any pointers?
> > Thanks.
> >  http://www.zivva.com/>> Well, Skype, using the Linux client (of course), should do the trick.
> It'll cost a couple of quid, but he can then use that UK number from
> anywhere in the world ...
Now, If I read that mail correctly, he doesn't want a UK number, but
instead wants a Irish phoneno., that he can forward to a UK number, so
that he can pick up the phone while being in the UK.
If it was the other way around, he could easily get a IAX/SIP UK
phoneno. in any town he wishes (contacting me, that is).
Mulrook, Co. Galway, Eire
(contact info on --> http://www.marlow.dk/)
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