| Review by keason |
member for 11.1 years, 2519 visits, last login: 2 days ago
updated 1.4 years ago
- Ann Arbor,Washtenaw,MI
- $23 per month
- about 45 days
- "Unlimited incoming, good voice quality, free toll-free calls on limited plan"
- "15% price increase since acquisition by Telnet, lame web portal"
- "Good choice for limited use or heavy toll-free use or as a google voice companion"
Ease of Installation:
Value for money:
I originally subscribed to Quantum voice because they were the only provider who could port my ATT ISDN numbers. Quantum voice offers a variety of packages from 250 min limited for $10/mo to an unlimited inbound/outbound toll free package at $50. The feature set is pretty standard for a VoIP provider, but the web site is very primitive. Voicemail is delivered through email or on the phone. Quantumvoice also promised that their advertised price would be what you paid.
There are some conspicuously missing features like telemarketer and selective call block, mostly linked to their web portal.
This July Quantumvoice was acquired by Telnet, who promptly instituted a $1.50 fee per line. Very lame. I have also had problems with calls going directly to voicemail instead of ringing.
Overall a good value for service, especially for the $10 (now $11.50) plan combined with google voice.
Update 1/15/12 - Ported out after a large overage and no update to the web portal in 2 years
Phone Portal They do have call blocks you can set up. Go into the phone portal (not billing portal) and select caller screening. There is a selection for anonymous caller action. You can also control actions on calls received from any number you want to. You can use a wild card to control calls from a range of numbers. I have found these controls to be very effective--particularly during an election year.