Your business phone number is one of the easiest ways your workers, partners, and customers can contact and reach you. Once you have already established your business identity using your current...
Broadvoice vs VelocityTel
Compare Broadvoice vs VelocityTel. Find out whether Broadvoice or VelocityTel is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Broadvoice and VelocityTel and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
User Ratings & Reviews
- 14 Reviews
- 1 Reviews
A leader in telecommunication innovation, Broadvoice aims to provide business and residential customers with a feature-rich broadband phone service along with United States-based customer service that is second to none. Whether you are a small...
- Website: broadvoice.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2007
- Headquater Country:
- Founder Year: 2003
- Broadvoice SIP Trunking Business Solution - $400.00
- Cloud PBX Business Phone Service Unlimited Extension - $17.95
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.
Overall it was not too bad.
I signed up for this service because of the good reviews from voip review. I have a business with 8 phones. I was told that if i had a fast connection then i wouldn't have any problems. I invested $5000 in a new network when we moved offices and we have a 5MBps dedicated connection. It took a few weeks for our phone number to be ported. Customer service was friendly but never fixed problems even though we had many support tickets and they were escalated to top level support. The phones that they recommended were the GXP 2000's and they are of cheap quality. We often have echo's and occasionally get disconnected. We have to reset our phones frequently to avoid problems. The main complaint i have is the quality and reliability of calls. The quality of my cell phone calls is much better than my voip ones. I just tell people to call my cell to avoid being disconnected. Overall we saved money on the service but more than payed for it on our network and time lost. Use a reliable provider or standard service