VoIP and broadband service provider Engin (ASX: ENG) has introduced three new plans for home phone VoIP services bundled with broadband, and gained access to most of Telstra's ADSL network.
on 04/15/2010 – Made popular on 04/15/2010
VoIP and broadband service provider, Engin - a Seven Group subsidiary - has announced its retail broadband and VoIP plans as part of a two way deal with Nextgen Networks under which it will: use Nextgen's wholesale NBN services to deliver its own NBN services; and provide white-labelled VoIP services to Nextgen for resale to Nextgen's other retail NBN service provider customers.
Have a ADSL and also a mobil broadband true my ZTE. When i connect my phone to USB (Or Wifi) I have 2 IPS (One 3g and one ADSL. Is there a way to use the USB-3g instead of ADSL (Without pulling out the network cable)?
Telstra today said it did not believe Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony could deliver sufficient reliability and quality to enable the telco to launch a VoIP service to consumers, despite revealing plans to launch a VoIP service to small businesses, including those with staff working from home.
Hi, I have two adsl modems in my office with the propose of have one connection with VoIP only and the other one with Internet commom traffic.Well, I used adsl-setup to configure ppp0 with et... [by informatica]
Seven Network has succeeded in its attempt to acquire 100 percent of its majority owned VoIP and Internet service provider Engin (ASX: ENG) with 85 percent of minority shareholders - comfortably ahead of the 75 percent needed - voting at an EGM in favour of its $0.90 percent offer for their shares.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Listed TechEftel (ASX: EFT) has acquired for $9.1m VoIP service provider, Engin, from Seven Group, which acquired the then publicly listed company in July 2011.
This week I called iiNet and cancelled our VoIP service. We’re returning to the Public Switched Telephony Network. All of my calls from now on will be placed over the ageing copper infrastructure which the National Broadband Network will eventually replace. The switch will take down our broadband connection for several days, but at the end of the process it’ll be worth it.