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Default Is k7.net dead? Alternatives for verification by voice? - 26-05-2017, 11:58

It seems it is: http://www.k7.net/

It's the site I used when I needed a verification by voice call. What are good alternatives? Even a no signup site would be OK. Some of those free SMS verification sites do voicemail, but it's a mess... They all look the same, but some work better, than others. They come and go. Maybe you know something good.
   
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Default 26-06-2017, 14:16

This forum seems less lively as it used to be.
   
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With European and American carriers offering cheaper roaming rates, there's not as much demand for information about prepaid SIMs for travel.
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Default 28-06-2017, 14:44

what was that service actually doing that you are referring to? a free online voicebox?
I never encountered to need such a thing, but i think i could setup around 10 of these with me free VoIP accounts that are idling around...


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Default 28-06-2017, 15:56

I concur. For example - I will be in Punta Cana for 7 days starting this saturday. Normally I would have used my Piranha sim for incoming calls while there and forward my US number to it. But with AT&T, I can just use my entire plan (voice, txt, and data) just like I do in the US, for $10 extra. Additionally the resort we'll be at has Wifi throughout the place. I really will not have a need to make or receive that many calls anyway, since my family will be with me.

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