Quoting Cian Davis <davisc at skynet.ie>:
>> Am looking at the blueface site - pretty cool. They say though that the
> confidentiality of calls cannot be guaranteed. Does it use SSL or
> anything? Or is this a limitation of VoIP?
>> Any idea if you get numbers with the pay as you go package?
Yes you do, well, you can dial into blueface, and you are asked to enter an
extention number. So yes. But not as cool. I upgraded to the 15 option, and
was given 2 new numbers, an 076 Irish VOIP number, aswell as an 01 62xxxxx
I shall be keeping the old eircom number aswell for the craic. I've already
cancelled my ADSL and eircom are gone next.
The plan is to use all on IBB's 1meg up/dsown line.
> Are there any other Irish VoIP providers?
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