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Broadvoice vs netTALK
Compare Broadvoice vs netTALK. Find out whether Broadvoice or netTALK is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Broadvoice and netTALK and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
User Ratings & Reviews
- 14 Reviews
- 27 Reviews
Broadvoice lets you communicate anywhere in the world. With their platform, there is no costly hardware and no need for multiple phone providers, just cost-saving, cutting-edge cloud phone technology. Customizable, flexible, scalable, intuitive....
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...
- Broadvoice SIP Trunking Business Solution - $400.00
- Metered Seat - $10.00
- Professional Seat - $23.00
- Standard Seat - $18.00
Users Average Rating
Recent User Reviews
We've been using BroadVoice for the past 4 months at our accounting firm. Set up was pretty easy and we were able to add users as we've grown. The feature set does everything we need it to, so we have no complaints. The system has been reliable as well.
I installed voip.com SIP trunks for a client and the service well. Main location has a T1 and Asterisk phones. Branch offices have broadband and same Asterisk phones and all synced up well. I’d recommend then and plan to recommend to other clients.
Don't throw out your landline if you get this - the service is unpredictable on netTALK sometimes it works most of the time when really need it it doesn't without having to do a bunch of plugging and unplugging of the duo device. I have come to count on it not working when I need it so always restart device. Another annoying issue is that it cuts off calls after 10 or 15 minutes which is aggravating if you are on hold in a queue. Don't bother with support they waste your time telling you the same stuff - certain ports need to be opened, which I had opened after the first call to them. If you do feel the urge to live on the edge and purchase this service in Canada note that for the basic 1 year subscription the advertised $49.95 does not include just over $11 in additional fees and this is in US dollars so by the time you are finished at current exchange rates you are looking at over $80 Canadian.
The old saying "you GET what you pay for" is a clear indication of THIS company's pathetic track record in providing both an inferior product and a very distressing support (for the lack of a better word)! The company initially had a promising future, but with the worst customer service, lack of any sensible documentation, no phone support and problematic services, I don't see how this company still operates! Stay FAR from this company.