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Unread 12-24-2008, 02:44 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by krbonne View Post
Hi Rybshik,



Well, I also have my question marks about this service.

At first sight, iNum looks very interesting as they provide ITU-assigned e164 numbers which -in theory- should also be accessable from the PSTN-network. (iff you read the ITU-document "at cost of a 'national' call").

However, then I ask myself why they set up a seperate enum-root, and not use the "official" e164.arpa tree like everybody else.


My guess is that -very simple- voxbone want to get incoming calls on their netwerk and -in fact- compete with sipbroker.
I believe it is less about competing with SipBroker and more about the upcoming opportunity to be the terminator of choice for Telcos.

In General iNum as it is helps in two directions:

1. Calls between users of various networks are now direct. We never did have much of a problem here at VoXalot with direct calls to Gizmo given SipBroker's integration. However take a TPad or BetaMax user, and they'd have to set up their ATA for SipBroker independently of the provider. With iNum it is a direct call.

2. If VoXBone manages to convice a few Telcos to terminate to these numbers, I suspect +883 will become a relatively big hit with Intl Roaming operators. Here's where VoXBone is likely to be looking for profits, as they'll charge the fee for terminating the calls.

On that note, I also suspect that not getting listed in e164.arpa was not mean-spirited just an indication of the red-tape involved to get there.

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BTW. Has anybody see this:
http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-t/oth...F30001MSWE.doc

"The initial +883*5100 dialling plan will consist of +883*5100 followed by five digits, i.e. +883*510*0XX*XXX.".
So does this mean that the numbers as assigned by voxalot at not ITU-complient?

Cheerio! Kr. Bonne.
That is interesting. So far numbers handed to Gizmo, VoXalot and even the Echo testing number are 15 digits...

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