Get "VoIPerized" and CUT your phone bills instantly!

6 June 2008

How long has it been since you reviewed your landline phone bill? Each month when the dreaded phone bill arrives, you avoid opening the envelope in fear of an unexpectedly high bill?

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12 comments

  • nod
    Thanks Austar001 Netfone have had some great offers in the past. Do you use them?
  • thedreamer81
    I do and ive been impressed with the call quality over the last few months also having a phone bill of only like $8 helps :D
  • admin EDITOR
    The future really is VOIP and mobile. The scaleability makes sense and there's got to be a point fairly soon at which phone and internet become synonymous, driven by things like the USB dongles and iphones. Was reading soemthing along these lines earlier ( http://gigaom.com/2008/06/01/vodafone-station/) - interesting idea.
  • ozpete
    thedreamer81;52547
    I do and ive been impressed with the call quality over the last few months also having a phone bill of only like $8 helps :D
    I'll second that, after dropping my Telstra homeline plus account to Homeline budget and saving $10 a month on rental, my calls have more than doubled but my monthly call charges have gone from around the mid $30 mark to less than $10. :D Occasionally I get a bad connection - probably two a month, I just disconnect and redial (at 10c a call) so it's a small price. Voicemail is free and can be redirected to email, plus other nice features
  • port
    I use MNF, and it's OK.
    admin;52548
    The future really is VOIP and mobile. The scaleability makes sense and there's got to be a point fairly soon at which phone and internet become synonymous, driven by things like the USB dongles and iphones. Was reading soemthing along these lines earlier ( http://gigaom.com/2008/06/01/vodafone-station/) - interesting idea.
    Yup. Most Nokia E and N series have Wifi support and run Symbian. Most S60 Symbian phones have VoIP. The pieces are all there and available, it's just a matter of somebody putting them all together. How you put them together, and what you use them for, is your business. :)
  • austar001
    nod;52546
    Thanks Austar001 Netfone have had some great offers in the past. Do you use them?
    Ive been using MNF voip for a while quality is usually awsome, im actually on a whirlpool saver plan and i can make plenty of calls to selected countries for 10c untimed, u save heaps go to mynetfone.com.au to see regular plans or mynetfone.com.au/whirlpool to see whirlpool saver plans (and specials) they give out phone adaptors for insane prices
  • trevorf
    I'm with Pennytel and MyNetPhone at the moment, both seem good, and don't carry any monthly fees, only pay for calls. I have two providers for redundancy and to provide me with two traditional phone numbers, one QLD and NSW. And since I'm currently renting, when my house is done, no phone number change. :)
  • Jase1
    austar001;52714
    Ive been using MNF voip for a while quality is usually awsome, im actually on a whirlpool saver plan and i can make plenty of calls to selected countries for 10c untimed, u save heaps go to mynetfone.com.au to see regular plans or mynetfone.com.au/whirlpool to see whirlpool saver plans (and specials) they give out phone adaptors for insane prices
    austar001 can you sign up online to the whilpool saver as there is no buy now, but when you head to the main shop page there is a $0 plan but not as good as whirlpool one that you can 'buy now'
  • austar001
    Jase1;53182
    austar001 can you sign up online to the whilpool saver as there is no buy now, but when you head to the main shop page there is a $0 plan but not as good as whirlpool one that you can 'buy now'
    u can sign up to whirlpool saving plans by selecting which hardware u wanna buy (at the end of the web page) then filling in a form u might have to provide ur whirlpool user name, (or follow a link), register at whirlpool.net.au good luck
  • Jase1
    austar001;53266
    u can sign up to whirlpool saving plans by selecting which hardware u wanna buy (at the end of the web page) then filling in a form u might have to provide ur whirlpool user name, (or follow a link), register at whirlpool.net.au good luck
    Thankyou, I was looking at just a softphone to start
  • ozpete
    Jase1;53297
    Thankyou, I was looking at just a softphone to start
    I started with a softphone first but its is so dependeet on your PC being on all the time and if the PC starts processing something like doing a virus scan - poof goes the quality of your calls. Its not a good way to test VOIP. A $10 box with $10 credit gives you the best quality. If you use the Whirlpool deal, then it has no monthly fee, so you dont pay if you dont use it.
  • Jase1
    ozpete;53334
    I started with a softphone first but its is so dependeet on your PC being on all the time and if the PC starts processing something like doing a virus scan - poof goes the quality of your calls. Its not a good way to test VOIP. A $10 box with $10 credit gives you the best quality. If you use the Whirlpool deal, then it has no monthly fee, so you dont pay if you dont use it.
    Thankyou I will see how I go with it :)

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