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Stu (Offline)
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Default 17-08-2014, 05:33

Makes sense. I just looked a second time at the Roamer App in the appstore for iOS and its Google equivalent. They have lowered their price for international forwarding, added a VOIP module, a voicemail to email module, and a simplified procedure to get online with a SIM brought on arrival.

I can beat their rates, but they are agressive.
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Default 20-05-2019, 01:29

Originally Posted by dg7feq View Post
cant you just sign up and VoIP / SIP service that offers a US DID and then use this provider (or any software PBX) to forward?

I always use the ADSL router at home to forward my local landline to various international SIM i am using (AVM FritzBox)
Agree. As long as you have good internet connection, a VoIP might be a good idea.
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Default 30-05-2019, 12:49

Keku service works well for my purposes
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