By default the English language voice prompts that Asterisk comes with have an American accent. There are some free UK voice prompts available and below are instructions for downloading and installing those. The instructions below will replace the existing US prompts with the UK ones.
The prompts can be found here – http://www.enicomms.com/cutglassivr/
More details about different language voice prompts can be found here – http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+sound+files+international
The commands below download the wav, ulaw, alaw, g729 and g723 codec versions.
First create a folder to download the files to –
Our Asterisk Only VPS template has been updated to run Asterisk 1.6 and CentOS 5.3.
This VPS comes with the Dahdi dummy driver compiled meaning you can run IAX2 trunks and Conferences if required.
For more details on all Sysadminman VOIP VPS plans click here
I’ve added Future Nine to the list of servers whose ping time I monitor. Even though they are a US based company they have a sip server in Europe and incoming numbers in the UK for only $5/month.
So if you’re in the UK/Europe and looking for a voip provider with competative prices it might be worth checking them out.
You can see the current ping from my servers to theirs here – http://sysadminman.net/uk-voip-vps-pings.html