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Re: [Other] Nettalk reliability in Canada?
said by dsl2u:People here feel that Anveo has good service and voice quality.
Regarding Anveo I have a few questions as their website is not so informative.
Someone else will have to explain their calling plans, they are too complex for my poor brain. I find it easier to deal with leukotrienes and cytokines.
----From "Beep" by James Blish (1954)
"It takes a full time expert to decode this stuff".
I understand your hesitancy in letting Gmail record all your calls and its valid. But there are numerous other companies that are offering free outgoing calling to people in the US and Canada. The key is finding a company that lets its users (like Voxox) control what number is displayed when making that call.
> Someone else will have to explain their calling plans, they are too complex for my poor brain.
Exactly my point. Their website is a mess. But don't let that stop you from enjoying their services. It looks like they beat other VOIP companies soundly by offering unlimited incoming calling for just $2. Who can come close to that? Their support, while just chat based (don't think they have phone support), was excellent when I recently communicated with them. As long as you can type you're OK. It was down for a while today; not sure what their uptime percentage is. It costs $10 to join as that is their minimum payment but if you don't like anything you can cancel within 24 hours. You use it with a computer based softphone like Xlite or you can buy an unlocked ATA for very little on a place like Ebay (like about $20). Not sure if the type of ATA you choose influences things much. Others experienced with using a few of them could offer their opinions here. If you want flexibility in the home and want to use things like cordless phones you'll need an ATA. Otherwise a bluetooth headset will give you mobility in the room with the computer.
said by dsl2u:Well, Localphone does that for $ 0.99 (99 cents) but in the USA.
It looks like (Anveo) beat other VOIP companies soundly by offering unlimited incoming calling for just $2. Who can come close to that?
Sad to say, Localphone charge $ 3.00 a month for that in Canada.
Not trying to give you a hard time, but which is your prime goal at this point, reliability or ultra-low cost?
But often caller ID isn't working, there is no dial tone, and other issues reduce my love for this company (Nettalk)
Sometimes hooking up cheaply has its own consequences....
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said by PX Eliezer7:I couldn't agree more.
People here feel that Anveo has good service and voice quality.
said by PX Eliezer7:Their calling plans and features are very easy to use and understand.
Someone else will have to explain their calling plans, they are too complex for my poor brain.
More important, the many features and tools makes Anveo the perfect voip provider for business users. You can start small and easily scale it up to almost any size.
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