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"That's pretty hot!"
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"This opens up a gigantic door for SIP and VoIP."

"Big thumbs up to sipbroker, I have just registered my numbers with e164.org and reconfigured my proxy to use sipbroker, once set up it is completely transparent and works perfectly... I'll give the system a few weeks on my service, and I will then roll this out to all my customers equipment."

"We want to thank the folks at SIPBroker.com, and e164.org for giving us the building blocks we needed to offer ENUM enabled services."

"Free service unshackles VoIP users... The days of having to be locked in to your Internet phone call provider are over... SIP Broker... diverts Voice over IP (VoIP) calls through to the cheapest route, bypassing VoIP service provider (VSP) customer lock-ins."


"I just wanted to spread the word about the wonderful improvements to SIPBroker.com. About 24 hours ago, some new improvements went online.
For those who do not know, SIPBroker.com will now ENUM enable your unlocked PAP2 or Sipura.
Using e164.org you may also register any numbers you have for ENUM routing, and the whole thing seems to work wonderfully. With SIPBroker , you can now make free calls to all ENUM enabled phones including any one of my numbers!
The integration is seamless and painless.
I want to thank those donating and working with SIP Broker for creating a wonderful solution."

"SIP Broker is a free service that enables you and your friends to get numbers to represent your SIP URLs. This service is free and is a great way to enable people who are not on the same VoIP service to still communicate for free."


"How can I, using provider A, call my friend who is also on VoIP, but using provider B?
Calling between SIP based VoIP providers is possible only if the provider you are calling has a policy which allows incoming calls from non-members. Many VoIP providers (but not all) have this policy. To make such a call, you need to dial into your IP phone <phone_number>@othersipprovider.com. This notation is easy to enter when using a softphone as it can be typed in using a keyboard, however, it is not easy from a standard telephone! For this reason, [many providers support peering whereby they set up certain prefixes which you can dial to get through to another provider. For example, if you use ATP, you can call a SIPPhone user directly simply by dialling their SIPPhone number (wich always begins with 1747 - this is the part that identifies it to ATP as being a SIPPhone number).
Given the number of providers, not all providers peer directly (by having prefixes to dial) with all other providers. This dilema has been solved by SIP Broker - an independent and free service that enables people using different providers to call each other, even if the providers do not support peering prefixes directly."


"www.sipbroker.com now provides a free seamless ENUM calling service across the 4 major ENUM trees e164.arpa, e164.org, e164.info and enum.org."

"SIP Broker is the missing link to unify all independant VoIP providers."
-- Charles at http://www.sipforever.com




"SIP Broker is a free service that enables you and your friends to get numbers to represent your SIP URLs. This service is free and is a great way to enable people who are not on the same VoIP service to still communicate for free."


"SIP Broker is a free service that improves a SIP telephone service by a number of innovative features. Whenever someone calls that PSTN phone number from a SIP client or proxy that checks ENUM, the call goes to the mapped SIP URI (rather than via PSTN) and is free."



Created by: voip247 last modification: Sunday 27 of September, 2015 [05:49:39 UTC] by zedraken


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