1. Purchase an unlocked ATA (e.g. PAP2). Approximetly $65-$90.
-This sounds good.
2. Pay $15/annually for Voxalot (Voxlite) to manage my VOIP providers and support one SIP registration which I will need to support incoming calls.
-Fine, but start with the Free Acct. Don't pay right away (remember Voip.ms has SIP URI support...you may not even need a registration)
3. Pay $56.50 for the SIP details from freephoneline.ca so that I can get outgoing calls to major Canadian centers for free. Input these details with Voxalot.
-Question to you..how many calls to US/Canada do you think you'll make monthly? I am not against buying the $56.50 SIP Details to get use of a number...but doing it for the Free Calls maybe moot.
The idea is that my incoming calls will be cheap from voip.ms ($4.95 DID monthly fee / 3000 incoming minutes included) and I would configure Voxalot for free outgoing calls to Canada using the SIP URI for freephoneline.ca. For U.S. and unsupported Canadian destinations, I'm hoping that I can configure Voxalot to continue using voip.ms for their 1.05