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Thread: Call forwarding

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    Exclamation Call forwarding

    I do a lot of business overseas. So i was wondering if it would be possible for me to get a number from some other country and have that number be forwarded to some other country though VOIP. Something like vonage. Essentially i would like to give my clients a number for Indonesia and when they call that number my phone in India would ring. Thus for my clients they are only paying for local calls and because i am using it through voip it would be a nominal rate service. Does anyone know of any service that does that. Vonnage is not available in Asia.

    Thanks and look forward to hearing from you

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    Re: Call forwarding

    No Replies??? If you post on this thread, i will add you in my will.

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    Re: Call forwarding

    I'm not entirely sure it would work, but I think Skype can accomplish this. You can do call forwarding from skype and forward your skype phone number. Never used it, so I cannot verify it meets your criteria exactly. Good luck!

    Edit to include http://beta.skype.com/en/features/?i...arding#calling
    Last edited by LuciferRex; January 4th, 2013 at 04:46 PM.

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    Re: Call forwarding

    google voice is awesome IMO.

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    Re: Call forwarding

    But google voice does not work in very many countries. I am actually looking to forward calls between countries. Is there a VOIP system whch I could set up my self?

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    Re: Call forwarding

    But stil this does not work if i want to use my phone also and i want poeple to call in that number. I dont want to use skype on my phone since 3G is quite expensive. Any thoughts??

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    Re: Call forwarding

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