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How do I have one line dedicated to VoIP on my system?

I have a Panasonic Advance hybrid system model KX-TA308 and I just want to connect to a VoIP service provider to get better calling rates, using the same KX-TA308. How can I implement the system if the service I'm working with is three lines and the VoIP service provider will connect one VoIP extra line?

I have a Panasonic Advance hybrid system model KX-TA308 and I just want to connect to a VoIP service provider to get better calling rates, using the same KX-TA308. How can I implement the system if the service I'm working with is three lines and the VoIP service provider will connect one VoIP extra line?
If there are three analog FXO interfaces on your KX-TA308 and you wish to have one line dedicated to VoIP calls, you need to get a single port analog FXS to VoIP gateway from an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP). You should contact a local VoIP provider (ITSP) and tell them what you want to do. They can then talk about their rates and also provide you with a VoIP gateway that is certified to interoperate with their VoIP network.
This was last published in June 2006

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