on 09-02-2018 10:36 PM
that seems cool tho init... i have no land line connection in the home, but i could buy a real nice answering machine home phone that i would normally plug into my land-line & use this as a normal phone.
but at a charge like you say.
& would people be able to contact me though this method.?
be handy if i ran out of credit on my mobile phone, or when im at work & the missis needs to call out & she's got no credit. (emergancy like you say).
would connecting to xbox1 via cable from b525 be any denifical to me.?
on 09-02-2018 10:56 PM
It will work for incoming calls also - I gave this a try by calling the 083 number that comes with the broadband SIM and the corded phone started ringing. 35c/min may not sound like a lot, but it very quickly adds up, e.g. a 30 minute call would be over €10!
The Xbox1 should work fine over wireless such as for downloading game updates and non time critical games such as multi-player racing. For games where a split-second delay can mean a life/death situation in a shooting game, I would suggest using a cable if possible as wireless can intermittently add latency.
on 10-02-2018 11:24 PM
nice 1 sean,
i do play black opts zombies with 2 of my mates in different parts of ireland online (so the 3 of us on 3 different xbox) & sometimes i notice that i haven't moved but i have moved (if you get me), & this b525 box allows me to stop that from happening....
i dont really play alot online tho, usually 1 weekend night out of 4 weekends. so may not use this feature. handy to know tho... thanks man.
30mins on the phone, possible when i call the parents. but for incoming as we have bad reception on our mobile in the home, (not 3 mobile, different company), but out & about its very good & for the 15euro cost per month we get free calls to anything in ireland. so its good you know.
but yes, i may use this feature, phone line port & connect a land-line phone. may be handy (quick out going call. incoming. mobile power dead.)
were did you get the cost per minute from sean.?
thanks info mate.
on 07-10-2018 07:46 AM
Hi, I would like to suggest you that you should visit the website of GetVoIP where you can find the VoIP provider that can actually help you to solve your problem. Here is the website - https://getvoip.com/
on 18-02-2019 02:57 PM
can you help me with setting up the Huawei B525 router for VOIP. I have an account with Sipgate Basic and have got it to work via the Zoiper app on my mobile via the wifi on the B525. I would like it to work via the telephone socket on the back of the router, I have entered all the SIP account details in the router settings but it is unable to register with Sipgate. Sipgate tell me they are receiving the wrong login details but I have checked and checked these and they are correct. Have you come across this before and does THREE allow this on their network.