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VOIP Recommendation for Home Office

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    Jon Litt

    I was hoping someone might be able to provide me a recommendation on good VOIP phone set for a home office application. My HQ is in Brisbane, CA but home office is in Austin, TX. I will be doing a bunch of long distance so looking into the VOIP route. But do not really know who is who and what is what in this area. I know I have to have quality but at a reasonable price and must have call forwarding and conference call capability. I also live outside the main city limits and will be using cable modem for broadband access. Any recommendations? Thanks!

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    MikeM to Jon


    If you are looking for a complete service provider, you can check out Vonage ( or Primustel ( There are probably about a dozen or more that provide the complete service. If, however, you want to go the route of having a gateway in your house and one at your office so that you can call over IP to your office and the “hop-off” from your office to all long distance, then you would be looking at Quintum or Cisco, though some of the features would be dependant on your PBX.

    #30874 Reply

    You could also set up one of the open source pbx’s and hook up to a long distance provider that way. You can usually get 1.5 cents a minute or better for US/Canada calls.

    #30875 Reply

    John, if you are looking for a voip provider that is solid and is not going to hurt your wallet I can recommend a few companys or products that have worked well for me. Let me know it you are still looking.

    #30876 Reply

    They have a several providers listed there.

    #30877 Reply


    If you’re looking for a home office VOIP set up a good provider is aql – pretty simple to set up with them

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