[blindvoip] Re: Making free calls to the US

  • From: "Christian" <christian08@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindvoip@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 01 Nov 2011 16:00:56 +0100

Hi Stevie,
I am using their service with my Cisco 7960 phone so you should have no trouble 
with it.
Just for your info, use your your asociated phone number you get from them as 
the username in your ATA box.
Good luck!

On 2011-11-01 at 02:12 Stevie Donder wrote:

>Hi Christian,
>Thanks for the info. I have created an account with them. I have 2 ATA
>devices stored away. I am going to dig one out and see what I can
>Stevie D.
>On 10/31/11, Christian <christian08@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi Stevie,
>> Well, I found that out in the Whistle phone support forum.
>> Have you created an account with them?
>> If not, you'll need to download their software first in order to sign up
>> your account.
>> Then, you can start making 20 minutes free calls.
>> And as I read in their forum, if you have a SIP based software or
>> phone, you can then configure that with their service.
>> proxy.whistlephone.com
>> Just let me know if you need any further help!
>> Best regards,
>> Christian
>> On 2011-10-31 at 01:04 Stevie Donder wrote:
>>>Hi Christian,
>>>Can you explain more about using it with hardware or software phone. I
>>>went to the web site but didn't see anything about this apart from the
>>>fact that you could use it with Apple devices. Is there a manual
>>>somwhere which describes that setup or is it in the installation file?
>>>Stevie D.
>>>On 10/30/11, Christian <christian08@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> Well, it was some time since someone posted a message to this list,
>but I
>>>> decided it was time to do so now.
>>>> I have been using a provider called whistlephone to make free calls to
>>>> US. I am using it because it also allows you to use your SIP based
>>>> or hardware phone if you want.
>>>> But, is anyone aware of any other alternatives?
>>>> Many thanks,
>>>> Christian

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