Voiplid Network's virtual numbers have the following features:
Reliable voice services of the highest quality, with our infrastructure being housed in secure collocations.
Each DID number is invoiced monthly in advance, with no per-minute rates. Because this is a flat-rate service, you may chat as much as you like for a cheap monthly fee.
There is no restriction to the number of calls or the length of each call.
DID number activation is instant with our online 24/7 Web services.
Each DID number has two channels, enabling two simultaneous incoming calls on the same number. If necessary, more channels can be obtained.
You can modify the call forwarding destination for a DID at any time using our Web services.
Caller ID and call waiting are supported.
Multiple destinations can be specified for a single DID using hunt groups and ring groups.
Call records are securely maintained and made available to you.
Customer service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week via our interactive live online chat Web system or by phone.
Frequently Asked Question
If you can’t find an answer to your query in this FAQ, please check our Voiplid knowledgebase or contact customer support.
What is a DID (Direct Inward Dialing) Number?
A DID is a feature provided by telephone companies to satisfy the demands of its clients through PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems. In practise, a DID number (also known as a DDI in Europe and sometimes referred to as a virtual number) is a local geographic or national telephone number that, through Voiplid, can be forwarded to PSTN (Plain Old Telephone System – a regular telephone) on a flat rate or per minute basis, Voice over IP (VoIP), SIP, H.323, IAX, GTalk, and other services.
A DID is typically used to give local telephone numbers to consumers all over the world, or to allow access from standard landlines to non-PSTN destinations such as VoIP.
What is PSTN (Regular Phone) Forwarding?
This feature allows you to receive calls to your DID numbers on either a standard land line or a mobile phone. There is no need for internet, PC, or VoIP services, and no minutes are paid. All or any of your DID numbers can be mapped to the same PSTN number (for more details on PSTN mapping, see How to Add New Mapping?). You may always alter the mapping by logging into your account. Remember to provide the number in the country-code+city-code+number format.
The courtiers that DIDWW supports in PSTN DID numbers are mentioned under PSTN on the Mapping page.
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