On fre, 2005-08-12 at 17:31 +0100, Ross Davis wrote:
>> 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?
Does it need to be a specific irish number ? If you get BT or whoever
you want to use in the UK to give you a Belfast number (that can be
dialed as 048- from ROI, so it's a national call, not international) you
or your friend could just use regular call-forwarding within the UK.
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