Bayantel begins selling VoIP to residential customers

Discussion in 'DSL & Info Tech News' started by XMA388, Aug 18, 2005.

  1. sensya kana... "pasaway" yun mama eh hehehehe
  2. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member

    hahahahahahahahaha come again, what would be the scientific name for such "pasaway"?

  3. hotbreed

    hotbreed Member

    scientific name for this 'pasaway', you said? = @sshole :smile:
  4. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member

    no comment...hehehehehe

  5. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member

    ok for the benefit of other people here is why we dont need 1mbps:

    for residential: assume that there will be only 1 call per session, as compared to a call center that has more than 200 call per session:

    1 call per session:


    using coding algoright of G.711 (64kbps uncompress)
    with 20 ms (160 frames/samples) packet duration
    with 2 channel (since residential) / two path

    will yield a 160kbps IP bandwidth requirement...

  6. alray10

    alray10 Member

    Why are you all talking about Kbs does anyone use connections that are in Kbs anymore have I gone into the past this forum is in 2006 or is it a old forum from 1996

  7. alray10 kbps
  8. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member


  9. Neo

    Neo Member

    mukhang ako yata ang namiss informed lalo.. ano ba talaga ang tunay kuya?

    its me,

  10. raldz

    raldz Member

    the reason why we talk in Kbps is because:

    01111001 01101111 01110101 00100000 01100001 01110010 01100101 00100000 01100001 01101110 00100000 01100001 01110011 01110011 01101000 01101111 01101100 01100101 00100001

    now, decipher that and you will know..
  11. 88icafe

    88icafe Member

    Tanong ko lng lahat b ng klase ng VOIP plug & play? At meron p bng kailangang bayaran n monthly? Kc minsan may customer kaming babae may dla cyang telephone tapos meron cyang modem tapos isinaksak nya lng un cable namin eh naka DHCP kami nagkaroon n ng ip tapos nun nakatwag n cya. Tpos meron isa p ganun din ang nangyari pero ibang klase naman un sa isa, isang malaking telepono lng ilang beses cya bumalik. Ginawa ko para makita ko un phone disable ko un DHCP. Un nga nakita ko un telephone lalagyan lng ng IP un phone tapos magagamit mo n kahit saan bansa. Prang ang dali lng magkaroon ng VOIP bibili k lng ng aparato tapos connect lng sa network may instant long distance k n. Pero pinagbawal n namin un paggamit ng VOIP d2, gumwa n lng kami ng reason. kc lugi yata un, per minute un bayad sa long distance ng telephone ginagwa lng nilang per hour.... Bawal b un paggamit n VOIP lalo n kung wlang lisensya?
  12. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member

    they are end user of VoIP and not VoIP provider... so hindi bawal... nagkatanon na na-configure na yung VoIP phone nya kaya kailangan lang niya ay broadband connection ok na sya...

    di naman lugi kasi internet connection pa rin gamit nila... at kung may VoIP terminator provider sila sa US dun sila mag babayad.. now kung yung kausap nila may sarili rin VoIP devices.,.. eh parang nag Instant Messaging or Direct Chat to chat ang ginagawa nila...

    just treat the VoIP phone as laptop or PDA that wants internet connection.... via your wifi network...
  13. 88icafe

    88icafe Member

    Galing talga, Ok slamat sa info. Pero kung VoIP at kausap nya ay landline o cellphone sa ibang bansa wla bng epekto un sa connection namin? Hindi b babagal un internet pag gumagamit ng VoIP?
  14. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member

    pag isa lang... ok lang.. pero kung simulatenously na more than 2 eh baka magkaroon ka nang feeling of sluggish...

    just use this simple math... 1 session voip g.711 audio codec 1 channel path is 80kbps.. so the more the merrier heheheheheh

  15. 88icafe

    88icafe Member

    Ang maganda wag n lng talga kami magpagamit kc bka magsabay sabay p cla,^_^ MARAMING SALAMAT SA TIP.. HEHEHEHE
  16. alray10

    alray10 Member

    01010000 01001100 01000100 01010100 01110010 01101001 01110000 01111001 01101111 01110101 01101111 01100110 01100110.

    Thats why you talk about kbs.

    No but really does anyone still use internet that is less than a 1MBs anymore with it being so cheap for that what does it cost about 600 or less a month for 1 mbs
  17. raldz

    raldz Member

    Like what I said before, if you can't stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen, if you think that PLDT rip you off, then go and find a better service.. If you think that the Philippines' technology does not suit you, then avoid the Philippines.. nobody asked for your help anyway..

    by the way, my internet speed is 1256 Kbps as of today.. and I'm satisfied with it.. if in the future I'm not satisfied, then I'll look for a better service..
  18. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member

    in tagalog pana-panahon lang... kung sa ngayon ok na.. then of course as the time change so is the needs.. maybe in the future we go for higher... but as of now.. tama.. kasi we have to consider also ang ekonomiya at dolyares na medyo nasa 50 pa....
  19. 88icafe

    88icafe Member

    where are you from?
  20. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member

    nag tanong pa.. eh sa lugar nang mga cocoon hehhehehe


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