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Access Point vs RingCentral
Compare Access Point vs RingCentral. Find out whether Access Point or RingCentral is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Access Point and RingCentral and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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- 130 Reviews
AccessPoint has one of the most complete telecommunication service providers in the industry. The company primarily targets enterprise, multi-location, and commercial customers. AccessPoint is wholly committed to offering their customers the...
RingCentral delivers top-of-the-line cloud-based phone systems and solutions for businesses. Trusted by more than 300,000 businesses worldwide (including recognized brands such as BMW, Twitter, and Guess) RingCentral is committed to eliminating...
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- Founder Year: 2005
- Website: ringcentral.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2003
- Basic - $99.99
- RingCentral Enterprise - $44.99
- RingCentral Premium - $34.99
- RingCentral Standard - $24.99
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Recent User Reviews
I love that RingCentral is constantly upgrading its apps to make the service more useful and reliable. We've used RingCentral for five years now, and have been very happy with the price, service and overall experience. On the few times I've had an issue or needed help with an implementation, the support has been excellent. I have recommended RingCentral to others.
My business partner wanted to go with this service. I have my reservations, yet since my partner was excited we gave it ago. I was trying to change our credit card for billing. It took five calls to get an actual human. She was nice. She tried to help. Loading in three different credit cards because the system kept telling her our address was wrong. It wasn't until on the third credit card that was to a completely different business, address, and bank that she realized that it was not the cards but the system. At the same time, I get an email that they charged the first card which as the one they said we needed to change. I really feel for those who work there, what a damn nightmare to work in such an inefficient place.