Well there is no easy choice about this:claudiu_corbea wrote: ↑Sorry for not replying, I didn’t get any email notification.
I could do what you say but I still don’t have an option for incoming. People would want to call a local number and Freephoneline doesn’t offer any Nova Scotia number. If people call me direct on the cell which would be a local number, then I would pay airtime.
-You need a Nova Scotia Number (Cost: likely $8-10 monthly)
-Get your NS number verified with BetaMax so that it can be sent as outgoing CID
-Setup neccessary forwarding using PBXes to ensure when you call number you can dial out, when others call they can ring you
-Voxalot will likely come in handy as the middle man
-Pick another provider that allows setting CID (Voip.ms, CallWithUs, CallCentric, FutureNine--these guys are the only ones with some sort of flat rate package)
-Same steps as above from here.
Now about finding an NS number somewhere try:
(I may have missed other options ... but I was thinking in terms of flat rate incoming).
Your last option:
-Stick with MagicNumber
-Setup your own CallThru with your own VSPs
-Now you can access your own CallThru through Magic Number at just the 2.5 cents/min for North America...