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UK to Norway Help



 
 
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Old May 10th 05, 05:17 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
gav425
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Default UK to Norway Help


Is there a way to call Norway for free, i see most providers let you call
USA and some European for free but have not found Norway yet.

Thanks for any help.
gav


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Old May 10th 05, 06:33 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
David Wood
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Default UK to Norway Help

In message , gav425
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Is there a way to call Norway for free, i see most providers let you call
USA and some European for free but have not found Norway yet.


The US provider BroadVoice http://www.broadvoice.com has Norway
landlines included in Unlimited World or Unlimited World Plus.


As I mentioned in another post, you can sign up OK from abroad, and use
them with a non-US credit card. Billing is in US dollars, your incoming
number is a US one, and dialling is US style (which you can fix with
Sipura dial plans, and the equivalent on other equipment).

Reliability has been pretty awful this past week, with serious technical
problems, but things do seem to be calming down now.



David
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