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Posted By: Anonymous Service provider Question - 12/07/19 01:02 PM
(If this is the wrong section moderator please move)

I have a customer who wants to continue use of a rotary telephone, i.e. model 302 or 500, but was wondering if there was a VoIP service provider that supports pulse dialing without hooking something like a pulse to tone converter or dial gizmo into the circuit . I had a little while ago that there was such a provider thank you.
Posted By: Carl Navarro Re: Service provider Question - 12/07/19 02:10 PM
The internet is your friend :-)

Grandstream GXW products work, but they're probably more than you want to pay. The key is finding a carrier that lets you bring your own device. My current carriers, Phonepower and Flowroute allow that.

Then, try RDATA

Carl

Posted By: Anonymous Re: Service provider Question - 12/07/19 03:30 PM
[quote=Carl Navarro]The internet is your friend :-)

Grandstream GXW products work, but they're probably more than you want to pay. The key is finding a carrier that lets you bring your own device. My current carriers, Phonepower and Flowroute allow that.

Then, try [url=http://www.classicrotaryphones.com/forum/index.php?topic=20386.0]RDATA[
Do any of the ATA's of the list from the CRPF, support google voice?
Posted By: Carl Navarro Re: Service provider Question - 12/07/19 03:41 PM
Politely, no. GV is its own animal. Obihai works.




Posted By: Anonymous Re: Service provider Question - 12/07/19 03:53 PM
Originally Posted by Carl Navarro
Politely, no. GV is its own animal. Obihai works.

Thank you Carl, is there a list, or what might be some SIP providers that are compatible with say the HT502?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Service provider Question - 12/08/19 12:30 AM
Good evening everyone, I am posting this for posterity, and after checking I found out that the VoIP that is compatable with pulse dialing is in short, callcentric, as that is the provider that is compatable with grandstream, and my thanks goes once again to Carl Navarro, all that said my customer is going to go with that, and i will be installing it for her.
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