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2Talk vs Fonality
Compare 2Talk vs Fonality. Find out whether 2Talk or Fonality is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of 2Talk and Fonality and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Fonality is a Texas-based provider of VoIP business phone systems, hosted PBX systems, hybrid deployment, and Unified Communications (UC) solutions. They cater to small to medium-sized businesses, but their offerings extend well beyond basic...
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- Founder Year: 2004
- Website: www.fonality.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2004
- Essentials - $19.99
- Professional - $24.99
- Ultimate - $34.99
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Recent User Reviews
Horrible service and support. West Coast office and if you are on the east coast don't hold your breath on getting any support before 11:00am-12:00pm EST. Nothing but trouble since the system was put in. Do your self a favor and spent the extra money on Ring Central or some other provider that does it all.
Absolutely terrible customer service. I have been trying to cancel my 12 month contract that came with free equipment for 20 months. The customer service has been misinforming my staff, saying we signed a five year contract. We have been using another provider for 20 months and are unable to cancel. Terrible service! It wasn't until I pulled up my contract that they agreed to cancel. After agreeing to cancel they have once again billed me saying that the contract cannot be cancelled because I have to send the old equipment back. Now I have to pay for that.
I had them for two years and cancelled prior to my renewal for service issues and features I could get with a new provider that they didn't offer and they claimed I didn't cancel with more than a 30 days notice and they sued me for $11,000 for the next year's serivce.