On Sat, March 7, 2009 10:45 am, Kevin Brennan wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> To be clear. VoIP has worked over 3G but I definitely would not
> recommend it if you are looking for a service which has any reliability.
> I was merely pointing out the fact that it is possible and in my opinion
> things will get better (give it 5 years). As Michael pointed out the
> test we made was anecdotal. From our experience the only broadband which
> had proved very reliable for VoIP so far is wired.
>It's not a wireless thing. Fixed Wireless Broadband works. A lot of our
trunk transmission is on microwave links. It's just a mobile issue and how
the networks are engineered.
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