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America Unlimited vs Earthlink Business Voice
Compare America Unlimited vs Earthlink Business Voice. Find out whether America Unlimited or Earthlink Business Voice is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of America Unlimited and Earthlink Business Voice and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Earthlink Business Voice offers affordable business solutions that provide IT services to over 150,000 businesses with about 1 million customers nationwide. EarthLink empowers customers with managed services including cloud computing, hosted PBX...
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As IT Manager for a Software Company in Mississippi, I worked with my peers to greatly research VOIP providers in the area to upgrade our PBX system. Going to other service providers the cost would be outrageous for the same service or the other providers would fall short on quality and not take responsibility for the whole system. Earthlink came in with a wonderful complete all-in-one solution to our needs at a great price. We get a great QoS with Earthlink as the backbone is their the ISP connection that they service, thus by not having a third-party there is not fingerpointing. Moveover, Earthlink also installs and maintains POE switches, router, the VLAN for the phones the UPS and even has local service technicians for all points of the setup to provide wonderful customer service. We have an onsite generator which the POE Switches plug into, thus even during a power-outage we have working phones and great phone quality --- which is key for our software support department. Moreover, we get the many benefits of VOIP technology which is the present and extended future of unified communication.