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Arcanac vs netTALK
Compare Arcanac vs netTALK. Find out whether Arcanac or netTALK is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Arcanac and netTALK and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Aracanc is a Canadian VoIP service provider that also offers Internet and cable TV.
Arcanac serves most cities in Canada (they have a complete list of service areas on their website) and offers three variations on a VoIP theme:...
netTALK is a residential VoIP service company founded in 2008 and based in Miami, Florida. The provider offers big savings on local and long distance calling with their residential VoIP service plans. Their products are easy-to-use products, so...
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- Founder Year: 1990
- Website: nettalk.com
- Headquarters Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2008
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Recent User Reviews
I've had the NetTalkDuo device (2nd gen) since 2010 or so, bought for $49.88 at Walmart. Included was 1 year of service. It's more of the Plain Jane type, no BT or WiFi, yet it's worked flawlessly for the past 12 years! Best of all, a full year of service of netTALK is about the same or less than a month of AT&T service (at that time). Actually was about $10 less after AT&T's extensive list of taxes & "regularity fees", which could easily be $15-20/month in itself! I hope the device lives another dozen years, keep it dusted and in a cool place to draw heat away. About some who are complaining about call quality, there's a recommended list of compatible routers for the non-wifi devices, this is likely the cause of some issues. I was using a low cost TrendNet router which was on the list & it worked perfectly. Later, went to using Linksys routers, all have been fine with my DUO device. Plus use a CAT 7 patch cable long before many heard of CAT 6, to shield against noise. For sure, when this one goes out, will get a newer model, hopefully price will be the same. I deeply regret that I didn't buy two of these, as were on promo at the time, regularly priced around $65-75 in 2010.
After wasting so much time with your "team" and you guys probably knew it was the ezlinq all along. I will be switching phone companies after I review the ones out there. I have been with you guys for maybe ten years and have purchased multiple duos and the ezlinq for both my office and home. Saving a little bit of money each month doesn't make up for clients thinking your phone service has been disconnected after having the same number for 20 something years, and then you not being able to get it back up and running at all nor being able to get the calls forwarded. You guys have been in service for a fairly long time but are still bush league!