I recently moved to a new unit in a concrete building where my Koodo phone reception is very poor (one bar is the average), despite Koodo having tried it’s best to improve the quality of the signal. Now I’m thinking of setting up a voip phone at home so I can talk without having the calls constantly drop. I know it’s only slightly Koodo related, but I figure out many Koodo users have voip phone. I’d like to know two things: 1) What the best options between buying a voip phone and buying a SIP box or a voip converter (or adapter); 2) I understand that I’ll have to get the voip service from a provider to whom I will pay a monthly fee (rather small compared to a landline). There a many (my own ISP is offering the service). Can I use a DID phone number with my voip phone?
Aside from this voip solution, I don’t know if there are other options to get around the poor signal reception. I heard about signal boosters, but voip still seem like a better idea.