[Asterisk-biz] VoipJet's Terms of Service
tamer at zanaty.net
tamer at zanaty.net
Wed Nov 17 05:10:27 MST 2004
I am very interested in this model, how do you configure this wifi setup?
with hand set do you use? what voip provider to do you use? and how do you
get billed? As we are in the process of developing a similar service and
would like to compare notes
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Subject: RE: [Asterisk-biz] VoipJet's Terms of Service
We are one of the people that are running around and using the service
any where we like, I have a few wifi sip wireless phones, they are able
to be use any where i walk in that has a wifi service, now if i drive
over the the other side of town, I am able to use my phone, how are
they going to bill me for the call, the local does not know or
understand where the call came from or where it is going to. I have
been in the wireless arena for 14 years, they really do not understand
how to tax either, you just assume that the are correct because they
are the phone company, but in reality, they really don your bill
correct. I can tell by using two different phones, one verizon and the
other one nextel there if my wife sits beside me and we call the same
area, which we do, the tax on the bills are different very different.
if the cellular carriers do not understand how to bill, what makes you
think the the cable company's will have the ability with the local
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: RE: [Asterisk-biz] VoipJet's Terms of Service
> From: "Kanuri, Seshu (Company IT)" <Seshu.Kanuri at morganstanley.com>
> Date: Tue, November 16, 2004 4:56 pm
> To: "Commercial and Business-Oriented Asterisk Discussion"
> <asterisk-biz at lists.digium.com>
> Yes, I see that now, they are treating it similarly to wireless service.
> Note that I'm not in any way disputing their "right" to do this, that's
> up to the voters in that municipality. What I'm concerned about is the
> mobility of the service, and the fact that (unlike a wireless carrier)
> the service provider _cannot_ know with any certainty where the calls
> are actually being delivered to or placed from.
> What is the difference? You can carry your Mobile Phone anywhere in the
> country, like many of us do and the taxes are billed as per the address
> on the bill.
> You may order The Mobile Phone service as per the home address in
> Califoirnia But you may use the Mobile Phone in Texas so that you can
> save on the cost of the call as the call to your home phone from mobile
> would be like a Local call as they both are in the same Area code.
> The city is applying the same logic here, for VOIP Services I guess.
> Seshu Kanuri
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