Locking of ATAs

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by Geo, Feb 28, 2006.

  1. Geo

    Geo Guest

    I have read a lot of stuff about Vonage locking (and re-locking) PAP2 ATAs.

    If I buy some sort of non-locked ATA (eg a SIP-1001, SIP-3000 etc) is there any
    danger that a VOIP supplier (I have not chosen one yet) would lock it in some
    way to prevent me using it fully.
    Or does all this only apply to the subsidised units?

    Geo
     
    Geo, Feb 28, 2006
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  2. Thus spaketh Geo:
    > I have read a lot of stuff about Vonage locking (and re-locking) PAP2
    > ATAs.
    >
    > If I buy some sort of non-locked ATA (eg a SIP-1001, SIP-3000 etc) is
    > there any danger that a VOIP supplier (I have not chosen one yet)
    > would lock it in some way to prevent me using it fully.
    > Or does all this only apply to the subsidised units?
    >
    > Geo


    You have no worries with the non-locked devices becoming locked.
     
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Feb 28, 2006
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