[VoiceOps] Need Mexico Termination

Peter Beckman beckman at angryox.com
Wed Jan 27 21:53:24 EST 2016

Jared -- You are da man. I did not know this, and clearly my customer
didn't either. Thanks!

Adding a "1" between the country code (52) and the prefix (55) solved

Thanks for the private offers of connectivity too!


PS -- I wonder, is there a reliable, regularly updated resource that people
draw upon for seemingly arbitrary dialing rules on a per-country basis?
http://www.wtng.info/ used to be awesome, but it really hasn't been updated
regularly. The Mexico page still mentions the "in-country" mobile prefix of
045, which is deprecated in favor of 044 (now that I've brushed up on
calling Mexico).

On Wed, 27 Jan 2016, Jared Geiger wrote:

> Peter,
> I sent this out Telefonica and got a SIP 183 recording that says after the
> equivalent in Spanish "Dialing Mexico Mobile numbers has changed. Dial 1
> after the country code". All my other carriers 503 the call as well. Adding
> a 1 after 52 does make the call complete.
> Regards,
> Jared Geiger
> On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 4:19 PM, Peter Beckman <beckman at angryox.com> wrote:
>> Neither Vitelity nor Binfone nor Siproutes/Thinq can terminate to this DID
>> without a 5xx route advance:
>> 525564229732
>> Are you or your carrier able to? If so, I'll add your route and give you
>> money. Please test before you say yes, if they answer just tell them it is
>> the "Phone Company" testing reachability.
>> Beckman
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Peter Beckman                                                  Internet Guy
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