GO HERE Vitelity equivalent?

kameleon

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Are there any reputable companies out there that have a similar pricing structure to the nerdvittles vitelity special? Mainly looking for unlimited inbound with a DID. Right now I'm setup on skyetel and with average usage I could save some money if I can find a deal similar to the vitelity one. Anyone have any pointers?
 

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I saw that one and will definitely add it to my arsenal when they open back up to registrations. I was also looking into the voip.ms unlimited one for $4.25/month. Any experience with that one? I don't really care where the number is out of as long as it is US based because I will just be pointing my GV# to it.
 

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I saw that one and will definitely add it to my arsenal when they open back up to registrations. I was also looking into the voip.ms unlimited one for $4.25/month. Any experience with that one? I don't really care where the number is out of as long as it is US based because I will just be pointing my GV# to it.
VoIP.ms is great, but it's $50/year more expensive than the IPcomms freebie.
 

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Is there any catch to that voip.ms deal? Will they hang up the connection every couple hours like a lot of other providers do? At that price for 2 channels I can't imagine they would let people use/abuse it to the max.

There must be some sort of catch to that free IPcomms deal. Only free for a set period of time maybe?
 
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Voip.ms also has a per minute plan (as many channels as you want to pay for) Numbers are about $1.00 USD/Mo and about $0.009 USD (9/10 cent or so) per minute.

I have had them as long as I have been using PBX in a Flash (I started with Green, I think) -- so for YEARS and never have any problems.

So depending on your usage, the pay per minute plan may be more economical for you.
 

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