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Simples, just create a second Voipfone account and put some credit on it.camcor wrote:I emailed voipfone who said it will cost £1.20 a month per extension. So another £2.40 a month on top of the £8.40 I already pay.
You said something about assigning each number to an individual voip account? Will this save me the extra £2.40 a month? It's not a lot I know but I don't want to pay out anymore than I need to. If so how do I do this?
I know, you would think VoIP providers would give residential customers two extensions to use as standard, like you say the more people who can talk at the same time the more money you earn.SteveAtVoIP2Go wrote:I really don't understand why VoIP Providers charge for additional 'extensions' in a non-PBX environment. The way I see it, the more devices you allow Customers to add to their account, the easier it is for them to make calls.
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