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mgraves1
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Houston, TX
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reply to jduffy

Re: [General] Which VOIP Services are known to have redundancy?

FWIW, Hurricane Sandy has zero impact on Junction Networks' OnSIP service, even though they have a primary POP in NYC.

They blogged about their experience here:

»www.onsip.com/blog/2012/11/16/re···he-storm
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jduffy
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Thanks, I have looked at OnSIP and they are a bit pricey for me. It's just a home office, but I need a viable company, good audio quality, financially viable and some redundancy.

I currently have CallCentric, VOIP.ms, and Anveo with PAYG (well CC I have the 500 minute a month plan) and I know they all sound good. But have no way of assessing their viability and redundancy.

VOIP.ms appears to be a good possibility, I think their servers are redundant, but viability is a concern and I need some sort of package to expense.

Duffy
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mgraves1
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said by jduffy:

Thanks, I have looked at OnSIP and they are a bit pricey for me. It's just a home office, but I need a viable company, good audio quality, financially viable and some redundancy.

It may not be obvious but you can sign up for their a la carte plan and just pay for what you use. The usage based billing is great. Your 500 min/mo would cost you $15 + 2 for one DID.

I accept that their cost/minute is wholly retail. The lack of a cost per device is a huge advantage in my world.

Based upon last weeks VUC call Phone.com looks promising, too.
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Michael Graves
Houston TX
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