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March 27, 2009

voip home phone vbuzzer.com voip.ms linksys SPA1001 vbuzzer /// iphone siphon freephoneline.ca ata

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , — heredago @ 20:29

AUGUST 29th 2010 UPDATE:
VBUZZER.COM offer has changed, won’t be renewing with them, will use voip.ms and freephoneline.ca

DECEMBER 27th 2009 UPDATE:

Here’s my setup:
vbuzzer.com 50$/year unlimited incoming + unlimited local outgoing
+
voip.ms for long distance at ½ cent per minute

I didn’t go with freephoneline.ca because you don’t own the number and I like vbuzzer.com Call Fork feature (calls simultaneously ring both on my cell and at home)

for hardware, go with LINKSYS SPA1001, it’s better than PAP2T-NA because you can use 2 voip providers on the same physical line (switch provider using # key) (useful when you have vbuzzer for local but want to use voip.ms for long distance)

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THE FOLLOWING IS ONLY QUOTED, I DON’T OWN AN IPHONE AND DIDN’T TRY THIS METHOD:

Hello all,

I am sorry if this has been posted already, I looked through the last few pages to see if I could find anything related to my question but I couldn’t find anything.

Here is my question. I have an iPhone which is jailbroken and I have downloaded Siphon, which is a SIP for the iPhone that enables you to make wifi calls. I am curious if it is possible to make freephoneline to work with this Siphon application on my iPhone. When I go to set up Siphon it asks me for:
Username
Password
Server

Then it also has more options with: Advanced Settings, Phone Settings and Network Settings.

Any help would be greatful! Thank you very much in advance.

my wifi calls through iphone are pretty darn clear. But still not the same as with a ATA adater.

I received a PM about making free calls from iphone. I thought it would be helpful.

Quote:
Originally Posted by ********
Hey,I noticed you said that you were able to do Wifi calls through your iPhone. If you have any spare time would you mind explaining how you were able to do that?
Thanks!!

Things you need:
1) A jailbroken iphone
2) Application called Siphon (can be downloaded for FREE from Cydia after you jailbreak the iphone)
3) FPL config file containg U/N and P/W

I basically entered my U/N and Pwd and was able to make outgoing from my iphone.

Now if you want to constantly receive free incoming calls on iphone using the FPL, download this application called backgrounder which lets run SIPHON all the time. This obviously drains your battery in few hours and constantly need wifi running all the time.

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6 Comments »

  1. Is it still working as today?

    SO i just need to buy the config file from theme and i’m up to go with siphon

    Comment by gucci — June 23, 2009 @ 21:15

    • I think so!

      Comment by heredago — June 24, 2009 @ 13:07

  2. did you get this working?

    Comment by ravi — December 1, 2009 @ 23:46

    • I use vbuzzer.com 50$/year unlimited incoming + unlimited local outgoing

      +

      voip.ms for long distance at ½ cent per minute

      Comment by heredago — December 27, 2009 @ 09:32

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    Comment by Sandi Dyen — May 8, 2010 @ 15:43

  4. Hello. I love freephoneline.ca. It works very well using a Linksys PAP2 ATA with either their locally assigned telephone number, or your own telephone number ported over to them for $25. Either way, it’s a great way to stick it to Bell Canada, Rogers Home Phone Service, Primus, and other companies that continue to charge you an arm and a left for basic telephone service for the past decades. I have lots of friends using it now for their home and business and giving the regular Telco’s the goodbye wave.

    Comment by Giulio Moro — August 27, 2010 @ 16:33


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