Cloudswave Score for Vonage Business Solutions
Rating based on 3 Critic Reviews
Karina Fabian, on TopTenReviews
Vonage (formerly Vocalocity) charges extra for queuing and conference features, which can get expensive if you use those services often. It has many of the features you'd expect to find in a business VoIP service, but without a global plan, it's best suited for companies based in the continental U.S. or Canada.
Andrea Whitmer, on Nuts and Bolts Media
It’s been a month since I signed up for phone service with Vocalocity and I couldn’t be more pleased. Once I got past the initial confusion of setting everything up (and to be fair, I could have called customer service but opted not to), I have used my phone daily with no issues or problems. My calls are crystal clear, I’m not paying for features I don’t need, and my consultations with clients are much more professional.
It’s easy to see why Vocalocity is so popular. Not only does it provide a great range of features, it’s also affordable and practically effortless to install and use. Although it doesn’t quite make it into our top ten in this category, we were impressed by what was on offer here and it remains a viable alternative to traditional phone systems.
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