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7170: abgehende VOIP Telefonnumme?

Dieses Thema im Forum "FRITZ!Box Fon: Telefonie" wurde erstellt von winflowers, 20 Nov. 2008.

  1. winflowers

    winflowers Neuer User

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    I have two VOIP accounts, one from 1&1 and one from nonoh (Betamax). From 1&1 I have a telephone number which is my main number, and from nonoh I have no number.

    Now I have set in FBF7170 that all call-out are through nonoh VOIP because the price is lower. But then people who get my call don't know where it is from before answering the phone because my telephone number is not shown.

    Here my question is: is it possible to show my 1&1 telephone number even I use nonoh VOIP to call out?

    Any help is appreciated!
     
  2. loeben

    loeben IPPF-Promi

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    Some more input from you would be appreciated as well: where are you? In many countries it is not legal to 'falsify' the number you are calling from with a nmber form another provider, even not when the 'false' number is owned by you.
    Anyhow, the 7170 can not satisfy your request.
     
  3. winflowers

    winflowers Neuer User

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    Thank you very much for your answer! Apparently I must live with it.

    By the way, currently I am living in Germany. Is it legal to 'falsify' the number here?
     
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    sz54 IPPF-Promi

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    no, that ist not legal in Germany.
    Some Providers allow it, when you can definitly show, that the other number ist your's.