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Apptix vs IP Comms
Compare Apptix vs IP Comms. Find out whether Apptix or IP Comms is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Apptix and IP Comms and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Apptix was founded in the late 90s as a collaboration between several hosted email companies. Since then, Apptix has expanded to included a variety of unified communications technology and hosted business communications service – including...
IP Comms provides SIP trunking services to companies looking to minimize their phone costs. IP Comms has 7 different packages:
- Simple 800
- Simple DID
- Business Lite
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- Founder Year: 1999
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- Founder Year: 2001
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Recent User Reviews
We recently switched from a local provider of Business VOIP to Apptix. The customer support for the change over has been terrific, all US based with very smart techs. As a medium sized business, documentation has been important and Apptix is very well organized with full, clear documentation. Their web portal is also very clear and easy to use.
We operate an active commercial real estate brokerage with 25 agents that require excellent phone service and that is what we got with Apptix. We were a bit reluctant at first switching from the phone company but the economy has forced us to try new things to save money. We received a lot more than we bargained for because we made the switch mainly to save money, but we have found that the features that Apptix offers are outstanding and have increased internal and external communications and productivity. If you want to save money and increase productivity consider Apptix.
Great service, I would highly recommend it. I was a little worried when I changed over from landline service to VOIP, but IPComms has taken away any doubt I would have about VOIP calling. Check them out at http://ipcomms.net/