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Aplus.net vs Vonjour
Compare Aplus.net vs Vonjour. Find out whether Aplus.net or Vonjour is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Aplus.net and Vonjour and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Aplus.net specializes in affordable small business web hosting. They offer 3 different plans for small businesses: Business Plan starts at $9.95/month and includes 200GB disk space, 2000GB monthly transfer, and 250 email addresses. They are...
Vonjour offers customers two options for VoIP communication: one that is free, and a paid subscription that offers more features. Vonjour offers a free service to show just how effective VoIP really can be, and they are not afraid to let everyone...
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I have used virtual phone services for nearly a decade. I find that the two biggest issues are the setup process and the poor coverage. I had a decent experience with RingCentral they had a lot of outages and then they raised their rates. I switched over to Vonjour. The port took 8 days. They had a voice actor do our recordings, which was included in the service. All together the setup was fairly easy and I haven't experienced any outages.
Signed up with this guys since I liked their UI and it was the easier to set up. Unfortunately they started messing with my billing in the first 60days. I got charged double and when I complained they started over charging me. For a $22 a month service I was being charged $26. Support sucks. Sometimes a question is answered in 48 hours or not at all. Poor English too. Obviously these are some guys in who knows where working on this part time. Too bad they could no be serious about it, they had so much potential. I disputed with my credit card since they refuse to credit for their wrong-doings.