USA Did required

Google is your best friend when looking for this type of assistance my friend.
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Tarek Sawah

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Date: Sat, 1 Oct 2011 00:51:59 +0530
From: amit.magnate@gmail.com
To: asterisk-users@lists.digium.com
Subject: [asterisk-users] USA Did required

Hello members,
I am looking for USA incoming DID which can be registered on softphone/IP Phone/ Pap2 devices.

The DID will only be required to receive inbound calls and no outbound calls.
Let me know your best per month prices/cost for the above.
Regards,
Amit Mehta

3 Responses to “USA Did required”

  1. Eric Wieling said:

    Oct 01, 11 at 12:59 pm

    In the USA ordering BRI service is discouraged by the telcos and is very uncommon. In Verizon NE CLECs are not even permitted to order BRIs.

  2. RSCL Mumbai said:

    Oct 04, 11 at 1:32 pm

    My favorite is didww.com ,
    another one is ipcomms.net (not very prompt with their customer service)

    Hope this helps..

  3. Tamer Higazi said:

    Sep 30, 11 at 9:35 pm

    Go to AT&T and ask for a BRI ISDN Line. Tell them that you want a
    “system access” with a number block.

    that would be typically 54448[0-9]

    where your extensions are from 0-9

    I don’t know what protocol the americans are using, as I know the
    americans made for sure their own thing which is known as the north
    american BRI protocoll. If they have replaced it with the euro isdn
    protocol, I don’t know. Figure out in advance if the supplier, in this
    case Digium, Sangoma or Beronet support the north american protocol.

    in Germany we use the EUROISDN protocol.

    Here in Germany it is usual to have such lines, we don’t use VoIP with
    DID. logicly it could be possible, but I never saw a provider.

    By the ISDN is more secure. If ISP connections fall out, you are through
    your telephone lines still reachable.

    Information: For BRI Isdn you might need a NT Unit where you would
    connect the isdn cable to your board.

    Tamer

    Am 01.10.2011 02:29, schrieb Tarek Sawah: