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Axvoice vs pbxnsip
Compare Axvoice vs pbxnsip. Find out whether Axvoice or pbxnsip is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Axvoice and pbxnsip and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
User Ratings & Reviews
- 52 Reviews
- 2 Reviews
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...
pbxnsip has been providing business VoIP solutions to the IP Telephony market since 2005, and since then, have provided their customers with technology and services way ahead of the times. pbxnsip is at the forefront of the industry and always...
- Website: axvoice.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2005
- Headquater Country:
- Founder Year: 2005
- 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
Users Average Rating
Recent User Reviews
I am very satisfied with this VoIP service and they really do deserve full stars – only if they work on their online control panel a bit. I feel it’s a little clustered and can be better managed. Overall, it’s a very appeasing experience making calls with Axvoice.
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.
We tried to use this system for about a year and it was an absolute nightmare. Dropped calls, phones crashing in the middle of a conference call, FXO sound quality was a complete joke, faxing never worked despite using supposedly supported interop scenarios and T.38 set up correctly, and numerous features that were supposedly included with our system were showing as blocked by the license. When we complained to PBXnSIP (now Snom) and tried to get tech support, they complained to us that we were a direct customer and that was not how they did business, we should instead contact the reseller for tech support. The reseller told us that their only channel of support with PBXnSIP was via the online support forums. It seems that PBXnSIP really went out of their way to try to avoid providing tech support. PBXnSIP was a total waste of time and money and caused a great deal of frustration. We switched to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express a while ago and couldn't be happier, unlike PBXnSIP it works reliably as advertised, interop with other products is fantastic. Unlike the Snom phones, the sound quality is actually good too.
We had high hopes to save money with them but its been short of a nightmare. We have swithed to a new company and haven't had any problems like with pbxnsip.