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International calls to Franzcom 084, 087 and 070 numbers from other countries

International call from other countries is now available on our 084, 087 and 070 numbers For a long time now Franzcom (previously known as Open Telecom International) has had trouble with our 084, 087 and 070 numbers not being able to be called from international phone lines. We have had a lot of customer reports about this and our investigations led us back to BT.com. In light of all the evidenc...
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Save Money with the Prepay Plan from FranzCom

Did you know that the average "pay monthly" and "pay as you go" UK mobile tariffs charge you around 30p a minute for calls! With FranzCom, our prepay plan will save you up to 26.6p a minute! By taking out a prepay 0845 number for example, you get the following included in your package. Free incoming calls. Free call forwarding to UK landline or mobile. Free VOIP mobile APP (for maki...
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Cheap “Wi-Fi Calling VOIP Call Plan” from FranzCom

Our Wi-Fi calling network is better quality than most UK mobile operators, and our customers have said its even better than Vonage or Skype! With all our 08x and 070 numbers you get FREE OF CHARGE incoming calls to VoIP and cheap phone calls from just 2.6p a minutes including VAT. NOW THAT'S CHEAP! We know we are cheaper than any UK mobile network Pay As You Go or Pay Monthly calling plans ...
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Trouble dialling UK 080, 084, 087 and 070 numbers from international phone lines!

Are you having trouble dialling UK 080, 084, 087 and 070 numbers from international phone lines? If the answer is "YES", then you need to understand a few things about how telecoms providers work! When you make an international call to UK number +44 codes from an international phone line, this call is controlled entirely by the callers own local phone landline or mobile phone provider and has ...
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Move from ISDN to SIP/VoIP

Simple steps to SIP migration from ISDN If you’re still running most of your calls over ISDN, it’s worth taking a serious look at how easy it is to switch to cheaper, more flexible SIP connectivity. Why make the switch? Until recently ISDN had been the only viable choice for most companies – from SMEs to large corporations – to ensure business-grade telephony. But the last 12 months has seen a ...
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Are you receiving calls from CLI (caller ID) +33 1 76 74 36 80?

NOTICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS If you are getting calls from +33 1 76 74 36 80, don't panic, these calls seem to proceeding from the Talk Talk telecoms network, mostly mobile phones it would seem. This is a configuration fault on the Talk Talk network, which is easily rectified by them. Basically someone has accidentally set the CLI override on the outbound call channels to show a single CLI (calle...
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Making the move from ISDN to SIP

Simple steps to SIP migration from ISDN If you’re still running most of your calls over ISDN, it’s worth taking a serious look at how easy it is to switch to cheaper, more flexible SIP connectivity. Why make the switch? Until recently ISDN had been the only viable choice for most companies – from SMEs to large corporations – to ensure business-grade telephony. But the last 12 months has seen a ...
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How to block “ghost calls” coming in from 100,1000,10000 on your Yealink phones

The symptoms :   Phones will ring with 100,1000, or 10000 as the caller-ID and no one will be on the other end. It could happen just once just like it could happen many times a day, every day. Inspecting the logs of your phone system or voip provider will not show these calls at all. These calls are being mass made by a so called “sip auditing tool” called SipVicious. It will scan en...
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Backblaze protects your customers from ransomware and any kind of virus…

Backblaze protects your customers from ransomware and any kind of virus because we keep backup versions dating back 30 days. The first known ransomware attack was in 1989 using the AIDS Trojan/PC Borg malware. An infected computer would display a message to the user that one of their programs had expired and they needed to pay $189 to have it restored. The creator was eventually caught and the ...
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SMS Functionality from Galaxy Control Panels Using PSTN

Honeywell Security Group has recently received the following email extract from the BSIA (British Security Industry Association), regarding the O2 network and the TAP gateway used for SMS texting via PSTN. The O2 centre number (07860 980480) has been unreliable for a period of time, and even though the panel will transmit the message, a failure by the O2 server will result in an “SMS Comm Fail”...
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