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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by GigeWeb View Post
    What are we exactly selling, your residential services or forwarding services? If residential what is the monthly fee for the hardware that we provide to our user-end?
    Tim's answer is authoritative, but my understanding:

    Hardware:

    • Must be purchased by Reseller
      • Typically, you then loan it to your customer while they have service.
        • Only PAP2T are offered right now. (Managed ATA)
        • RT31P2 are also supported. (Managed ATA)
        • GS HT286 may be supported in the future
        • Any SIP ATA/Phone possible as BYOD if you permit it.



    Reseller Fees:
    • Tentative 24.95/month to be a Reseller
      • Includes one user account for Reseller
    • DID - monthly fees per DID
      • DID with inbound/outbound metered rates
      • DID with inbound unlimited/outbound metered rate

    • E911 Fee
      • Required for USA monthly per Full Account
      • Call Forward account needs no E911
      • Virtual Number needs no E911 as the primary DID has it.

    • LNP fee per LNP request.
    • International calling
      • metered
      • varies by destination
      • can be disabled



    • User Control Panel included
    • Reseller Control Panel included

    Things a Reseller will Need

    • A means of selling service and collecting money
      • Typically your own website
      • A payment gateway
        • Like Authorize.net
        • Like PayPal


    • Provide support to your customers
      • VOIPo can work with you, but you work with the customer

    Last edited by usa2k; 02-20-2010 at 11:11 AM.


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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    So we have to pay for the hardware as well?

    What's the cost of the PAP2? or the lowest cost adapter?

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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    $45 I believe...
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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by seeuhome View Post
    So we have to pay for the hardware as well?

    What's the cost of the PAP2? or the lowest cost adapter?
    We are still finalizing, but it will b $40-$45. This is basically our cost on hardware.

    We're trying to get it down to $40.

    You can also purchase it from somewhere else if you'd like such as voipdw.com or voipsupply.com.
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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    Hi Tim,

    Will we be able to provide customers with IP Phones, I.E. Aastra, etc.....

    Byod?

    Been using voip for yrs and ready to launch a site when your proggie is ready...

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by stk View Post
    Hi Tim,

    Will we be able to provide customers with IP Phones, I.E. Aastra, etc.....

    Byod?

    Been using voip for yrs and ready to launch a site when your proggie is ready...

    Thanks
    You have SIP credentials for each account you setup and there are no restrictions on that type of stuff. We don't do provide any technical support for it.
    Timothy Dick
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    Tim,

    What is the status on this?

    Your web page says first 3 account free. Here you say 1 account free.

    Support refuses to offer any accounts for free saying that they were deleted.

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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by tloosle View Post
    Tim,

    What is the status on this?

    Your web page says first 3 account free. Here you say 1 account free.

    Support refuses to offer any accounts for free saying that they were deleted.

    The reseller account does not include any free numbers/accounts.

    The first 3 numbers setup are free, but that applies to the first 3 only to get you started. Once those are used up the first time, all future ones are billable.
    Timothy Dick
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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by VOIPoTim View Post
    The reseller account does not include any free numbers/accounts.

    The first 3 numbers setup are free, but that applies to the first 3 only to get you started. Once those are used up the first time, all future ones are billable.
    Tim (can only Tim answer this)

    Why starting in April i'm getting charged for 2 of my 3 lines? Also the main Voipo website says all lines are $1 each including fax but when i started to setup a fax line it says the monthly will be $2.

    How can we resellers get a straight answer on this?

    When i signed up 3 years ago, it was my understanding 3 lines and 1000 minutes a month was included in the reseller account. So i setup test accounts and have been testing the service(as voipo keep saying its BETA for the reseller accounts), now that i just started porting in the numbers i will be using for "main line, fax line & 800 line" now these aren't gong to be the 3 lines i want?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Tenative Reseller Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by chevyman View Post
    Tim (can only Tim answer this)

    Why starting in April i'm getting charged for 2 of my 3 lines? Also the main Voipo website says all lines are $1 each including fax but when i started to setup a fax line it says the monthly will be $2.

    How can we resellers get a straight answer on this?

    When i signed up 3 years ago, it was my understanding 3 lines and 1000 minutes a month was included in the reseller account. So i setup test accounts and have been testing the service(as voipo keep saying its BETA for the reseller accounts), now that i just started porting in the numbers i will be using for "main line, fax line & 800 line" now these aren't gong to be the 3 lines i want?

    Thanks!
    The best way to explain it is that each account has 3 free account credits that can be used one-time. Once those are used, they are gone. They do not get issued again if one of the accounts that used a credit is cancelled.

    For all paid lines, there is a $1 fee for each account/number. If you enable the fax functionality, it's an extra $1 for the fax feature (total of $2 for fax..$1 for the account and $1 for the fax functionality).

    If you have more questions, it's best to e-mail reseller@voipo.com for assistance since they can get specific with your billing and account.
    Timothy Dick
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    VOIPo.com

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