DID (Direct Inward Dialing) Telephone Number Service
1E1 Capacity 30 Channel = 1500 USD/month Include International IP Bandwidth
1 DID Bangkok = 50 USD/ Number (Dedicate 1channel / Number) Maximum will be 24 E1 for now and we expect to expand it up on your request. 1 DID Bangkok = 30 USD/ Channel (Share 2 channel / Number)** -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question about DID Services What type of services does 101 offer ? Is there a minimum commitment to be able to purchase from 101 ? What kind of numbers does 101 provide ? What is a DID ? What is the difference between DID and DDI ? What is a toll-free number ? What does call origination mean? What is the difference with call termination ? From which countries can you provide phone numbers ? Can I place outbound calls via the 101 network ? Can I forward the calls to traditional PSTN phones ? How fast are the numbers provisioned after I order ? Can I choose my numbers ? I just received my number. Does it already support incoming calls ? How many concurrent calls can be placed on the numbers ?
What type of services does 101 offer ? => 101 provides different types of phone numbers from many countries. Those numbers are reachable from the PSTN and 101 forwards the calls from the PSTN to its customers over IP.
Is there a minimum commitment to be able to purchase from 101 ? => 101 requires customers to commit to a minimum monthly recurring spending of USD/EUR 500, set-up fees and toll-free credits not included.
What kind of numbers does 101 provide ? => 101 provides numbers (also called DIDs or DDIs), toll-free numbers. These types of numbers are also called virtual phone numbers.
What is a DID ? => DID means Direct Inward Dialling. In the VoIP world, that actually means nothing more than a regular phone number. 101's DID product name is VoxDID.
What is the difference between DID and DDI ? => It is exactly the same. Different countries use different terms to indicate the same thing. For example in the USA people use DID. In Europe people use DDI.
What is a toll-free number ? => A toll-free number is a number that is free of charge for the caller. A per-minute fee will be charged to you when your toll-free numbers are being called.
What does call origination mean ? What is the difference with call termination ? => Call origination is a service where a provider offers to collect calls from the PSTN (POTS) and to forward the calls to the customer network. Calls can be forwarded via VoIP or via the regular telephone network. Call termination is a service where a provider receives calls from a customer (via VoIP or via the regular phone network) and terminates the calls at the called party.
From which countries can you provide phone numbers ? => The list of supported countries is continuously expanding. For the most updated list, please check the following link : http//www.101.com/coverage.jsf
Can I place outbound calls via the 101 network ? => No. 101 specializes in VoIP origination services only (from PSTN to VoIP). We do not provide termination (from VoIP to PSTN) services at this stage.
Can I forward the calls to traditional PSTN phones ? => No, 101 only forwards the calls to SIP end-points. However, once the call is delivered to your equipment, you are free to forward it to another IP end-point or to terminate it to the PSTN world.
How fast are the numbers provisioned after I order ? => Numbers are provisioned 1 hr time. Should the order exceed available stock, then provisioning time for the missing Numbers will range from a few minutes (in the UK) to 10 business days. The stock is available online. A confirmation email is automatically sent to you when the order is complete.
Can I choose my numbers ? => No, this is currently not supported.
I just received my number. Does it already support incoming calls ? => No, without channels, your number won't work. You need to purchase channels and assign your number to those channels in order to be able to receive calls.
How many concurrent calls can be placed on the numbers ? => This depends on the capacity (number of channels) that you have in your account. The more channels you have, the more concurrent calls you will be able to receive. Please check the Capacity FAQ for more information.