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I have a very bad sip provider "vbuzzer" but there prices are cheap ,they don't have an app for android (there is one in the store but i am pretty sure it is not official ,and a scam) and their windows software is bad programmed so i was thinking of using another sip software to make the calls for both windows and android phone

when i used x-lite and micro-sip software to make calls i get a voice message telling me that the number is not in service ,luckily in vbuzzer website have an interface showing you the dialed number ,in there i always find that i called 105 while i am in fact calling my number(00+country code+ phone number) !

when i call my number from their software it works fine (but have a lot of other issues like lag)

I don't know what i did wrong so that the sip software will call 105 instead of my number

  • How did you come to the conclusion that your SIP SW is calling another number than you typed in, especially since you have "a very bad SIP provider"? What is "your number" -- is it your landline, which is operated by another provider? Either way, it's either the case that you can't clal landlines or you can't call yourself, and it looks as if your "bad provider" handlöes this by a redirection to 105. So why don't you ask them? – Run CMD Dec 13 '15 at 19:03
  • like i said,when i use their software to call my number it works fine,and it is my mobile number and they a have a very bad customer service too, google them to read some reviews – redkha vindo Dec 13 '15 at 19:05
  • I use them. For the price they are adequate. From your question it seems to me that you are trying to use other software to run vbuzzer. I don't think they allow 3rd party software to access their system – Xavierjazz Dec 13 '15 at 21:31
  • @Xavierjazz yes,they do forum.vbuzzer.com/viewtopic.php?t=864 – redkha vindo Dec 13 '15 at 21:38
  • Great!! Thank you very much! I've been a user for a number of years now, and I asked for this service, but you know how little they respond. Have a great day and good luck. I'm going to try. – Xavierjazz Dec 13 '15 at 21:59

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