As you all may be aware, that the latest and greatest iOS 8.3 update was more of a trouble maker than a fixer upper. Reports of more problems continue to surface day by day. The update not only broke Touch ID authentication, Bluetooth receivers, microphone access, but also effected many apps, including all file management utilities available in the App Store. Apparently, OneSuite VoIP app was one of them. :(
You like the idea of keeping your phone number, either when you move, or cancel current phone service; but are concerned about the process, the cost, or whether there would be a glitch along the way?
The truth is: you can take full control of your phone number by porting it to OneSuite. Better yet, number porting is simple, easy and FREE with OneSuite!
By porting in your home phone number and signing up OneSuite VoIP for just $2.95/month, you will be able to:
Thanks to our super low VoIP rates and the nature of BYOD service, OneSuite is the most flexible and affordable way for you to call worldwide over the internet. Read on and pick the most suitable way(s) for you to use OneSuite VoIP.
Once the app or device is registered with OneSuite, then start dialing, no matter where you are!
I wrote about how to configure an OBi device with SuiteAdvantage a while ago; although the instruction itself was comprehensible, it still required users to manually fill in all information to get an OBi device successfully configured.
The good news is…not anymore!
OneSuite users can now automatically configure an OBi device via OBiTalk.com, and start making calls using their original phone set even without subscribing to SuiteAdvantage!
If you are a Google Voice user with an Obihai device, your free home phone service will come to an end on May 15th, as a result of Google ending support for the XMPP protocol.
But don’t worry. Come to OneSuite, where you will find a smart alternative for your home phone service from just $2.95/month! And enjoy an exclusive special offer only available to OBi users!
Want to stay connected without going broke this travel season? No matter where you go, with or without Internet, OneSuite offers unbeatable low rates and worldwide coverage for you to reach friends, family and colleagues.
All OneSuite users can use the following methods to make call worldwide, subscription-free. SuiteAdvantage subscribers will also be able to receive FREE calls and voicemail worldwide on their SuiteAdvantage phone number, using the OneSuite VoIP app or computer softphone!
We recently received a comment on the blog requesting for help to configure OneSuite SuiteAdvantage with his Cisco IP phone. This tutorial here is geared to the new and unfamiliar user who has just acquired their Cisco IP phone and those who are thinking about getting one.
The Cisco SIP based IP phone has a vast array of configuration settings that are user (admin) configurable and fortunately most of the default settings will work right out of the box, with OneSuite SuiteAdventage. The point of this tutorial is to guide you through the essential setting changes required on one of the basic models, Cisco SPA303.
Here I am configuring the SPA303 from scratch, on Line-1 (Ext1), with SuiteAdvantage:
We've just launched the all new OneSuite Phone for PC users, compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7!
Download or upgrade to our new softphone and enjoy direct calling without dialing access numbers and PINs! Make calls from anywhere to anywhere in the world with Internet access.
Here's how to set up your OneSuite Phone:
Great news! The all new OneSuite Phone is also available for Mac users!
Download our all new softphone and enjoy direct calling without dialing access numbers and PINs! Make calls from anywhere to anywhere in the world with Internet access.
Here's how to set up OneSuite Phone on your Mac: