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Axvoice vs NexBoom
Compare Axvoice vs NexBoom. Find out whether Axvoice or NexBoom is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Axvoice and NexBoom and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Axvoice delivers affordable VoIP phone solutions to residential customers in the US and Canada. With three relatively inexpensive home phone plans to choose from, customers that move to Axvoice can take advantage of slashed telephone bills while...
The NexBoom ATA (Analog Telephone Adaptor) brings traditional telephones to the networked world. It is a handset-to-Ethernet adaptor that interfaces regular analog...
- Website: axvoice.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2005
- Headquater Country:
- Founder Year: 2004
- Axvoice Residential Home Phone Pay As You Go - $4.99
- Axvoice Residential Home Phone Service US/Canada 200 - $5.99
- Axvoice Residential Home Phone Service USA/Canada - $6.25
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There are so many different ways for a call to reach you with Axvoice that it’s rare that you miss any. This is why I love Axvoice.
For its price, Axvoice is certainly the best but the aftersales really bug me. I mean, c’mon! Your service is great but you have to get someone to reply to the emails faster or get live chat support because it’s mentioned on your website.
Was a Champion customer (they used Level 3 as their backbone) and life was good -- excellent actually. Nexboom took over, no more faxing, no more distinctive ring feature, no more good customer service, people complain to me that when they are ringing me the tone is disruptive, I have plenty of dropped calls now, level 1 tech support is awful, then sit in the que for level two tech support. From what I can disect, Nexboom has Nuvio provide their VoIP service, who contracts out to various backbone providers depending on circumstance. In summary I've put up with it long enough and am switching to Packet 8 as they use Level 3, Inc. for their backbone (like Champion did.)
I had service for years with Champion, no problems. Since the Nexboom switch, service quality is horrible, no fax either, and when I canceled service,they continued to charge me for months and finally, when they stopped, charged me a $19.99 disconnect fee after years of service. Please think hard before using nexboom.