[VoiceOps] Carrier choices

Rick Garcia RGarcia at 360.net
Sat Aug 22 12:06:49 EDT 2009

Depending on the region you serve 360networks...

Yes, shameless plug but we have geo redundancy and we are easy to work with.  We notify you of changes and keep to our maint. Windows. 

And same Sonus infrastructure... 


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From: voiceops-bounces at voiceops.org <voiceops-bounces at voiceops.org>
To: voiceops at voiceops.org <voiceops at voiceops.org>
Sent: Sat Aug 22 06:59:07 2009
Subject: [VoiceOps] Carrier choices

Alrighty all, I'm wondering whose been a successful, competent, reliable
provider in your opinion. I don't want to ramble on about any specific
company, but I have a gripe with one of my carriers.

Currently I use Level3, Global and Verizon. Anyone have other reliable
providers who don't make full-blown equipment swapouts without change
management (reversion) plans during business hours ;)

Difficult to find an all-inclusive list of carriers. I know about XO and
Qwest, but anyone else using a reliable peer I'm overlooking. Off-list
replies welcomed however, I wouldn't want to hear full-blown gripes.
I've had enough from clients this week due to one of my carriers and
their desire to yank/change equipment without 1) notifying us of a
change(potential outage) not reverting/resolving fast enough. So imagine
your entire VoIP ITSP infrastructure down the first time for 8+ hours,
only for the same carrier to come back and do the exact same thing
within 10 days for 9+ hours more. Yes sir/maam, I've had headaches this


J. Oquendo

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