On Mon 25 Jul 2005 10:57, Niall O Broin wrote:
> >>> I am of course only interested in phones which work with Asterisk,
> >>> but
> >>> I imagine pretty much all VOIP phones will do that.
> > As a matter of interest, why can't one use a standard phone
> > costing 10--20 euro?
>> The IP functionality of most phones costing 10--20 euro is somewhat
OK, I assumed the phone was only used as a replacement
for microphone/headphones, to attach to the computer.
I'm afraid I'm showing my complete ignorance of the subject.
Talking of VoIP, why won't telestunt let me ring the US?
It is given on their web-site with the same initial number as most of Europe
(1890 943 123) but when I give a US number 001...
I am told I cannot ring there.
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