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    I need to make conference calls from home

    I'm working from home a lot on my new gig but need dial a UK landline number for conference calls. The client won't pay for these calls so I either need to pay £5pm for unlimited anytime calls or find another solution. Voipcheap at first view looks like I can just download the app, plug in a headset and away I go. Is it really that easy?

    Any other solutions?

    #2
    Originally posted by Hiram King Of Tyre View Post
    I'm working from home a lot on my new gig but need dial a UK landline number for conference calls. The client won't pay for these calls so I either need to pay £5pm for unlimited anytime calls or find another solution. Voipcheap at first view looks like I can just download the app, plug in a headset and away I go. Is it really that easy?

    Any other solutions?
    Its a £5 a month just pay it.
    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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      #3
      Yes that is an option.

      Talking to my provider though, I can't just pay the £5, I have to take thier broadband as well for another £6.50.

      That's £11.50......for another £3, I can have TV too

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        #4
        sipgate.co.uk

        Free number, free incoming calls, get a VoIP phone and connect it up.

        GE

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          #5
          Originally posted by garethevans1986 View Post
          sipgate.co.uk

          Free number, free incoming calls, get a VoIP phone and connect it up.

          GE

          OK, but why not voipcheap or freecall which appear to be free?

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            #6
            18866.co.uk or 18185.co.uk - free UK calls but I think there is a small connection fee per call - it was 0.5p but might have changed.

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              #7
              Originally posted by stek View Post
              18866.co.uk or 18185.co.uk - free UK calls but I think there is a small connection fee per call - it was 0.5p but might have changed.
              OK, but why not voipcheap or freecall which appear to be free?

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                #8
                Are you really that hard up or just from Yorkshire?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by DimPrawn View Post
                  Are you really that hard up or just from Yorkshire?
                  I'm looking for the best solution...that doesn't mean I'm hard up. (although I have been on the bench for 6 months)

                  I might just go for the TalkTalk Youview package which includes free anytime calls. However, a voip solution that I can use over wifi may be a handy parallel solution in case I'm out and about

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Hiram King Of Tyre View Post
                    OK, but why not voipcheap or freecall which appear to be free?
                    Are they free tho - might be a small charge here and there and the ones I've listed may not charge anymore.

                    You've been given plenty of paths to look down but it's DYOR really....

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