i believe you meant “have no”… but i also meant redirecting to its regular USA number… and there are voip services that call to such numbers for free, over some kind of recurrent payment. is there any such plan in flynumber that i’ve overlooked?
it has too many features and settings… but i think no G711 codec (just G722 separated from uLaw - no idea what all this means) and could find no such feature to get pushed calls. tried contacting their support few times. here’s what they said the first time, replying to my 1 star review:
Thank you for your feedback. Please check with your provider if TCP transport is supported. UDP usually has registration expiry of ~1 min which will result in higher battery usage. With TCP transport, if supported, the registration expiry could be ~10 min and battery usage will be significantly less.
they repeated this twice, in other email iterations, in a more wordy manner with (useless to me) instructions on how to do it. but never replied my big response to that (sadly, i don’t think they’re aware of the advantages of forum 2.0 started with discourse).
in the latest iteration over email i also got this hint:
Eventually you can also try Zoiper Beta and its new PUSH notifications option. The push notifications should reduce the battery usage a lot.
so perhaps they’ll soon get better. not sure i’m willing to go beta there this time.
but all this is what gave me the impression i’ve mentioned before: too many settings and tweaks available to the user make it anywhere from too complex to literally impossible to find the correct configuration for each SIP need, such as in using zoiper with flynumber. in other words, underdog abandoned market.
i did purchase zoiper too early, because it allows for automated call recording (sadly only into uncompressed wav) only to use it along with mobilevoip. now i’me using it for that alone, and exiting it to completely close it after use.
i will consider, probably give it a shot and let you know!