blackpat wrote:I do hope sipgate UK continues.
You and me both!
blackpat wrote:Maybe if sipgate charged UK residential customers £1 a month for their incoming UK number that would be a compromise that would make everyone happy. I know I would be OK with that. And I do make some outgoing calls on sipgate, just not most of them.
This is what I don't get? Why go down the "let's get rid of the residential service" attitude? OK a VoIP provider may make more money on business accounts but extra income is extra income right? Well unless the cost to provide that service costs more than the extra income it brings! Why not bring in a price increase first, if that fails well...
blackpat wrote:PS, it might be good to change the thread title now it is no longer considered accurate.
Yes, I agree so will get this changed now!
SteveAtVoIP2Go wrote:I'm working on offering free porting - just in case. If that's not possible, I'd almost certainly be able to offer porting at less than £20. I'll try and port a sipgate number and let you know how I go.
I have ported a number out to Voipfone previously, it also stated on the email porting would be allowed. Let us know how you get on steve as I myself have a sipgate UK number that would need porting if they decide to terminate the service again.