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Broadvoice vs VoiceStick
Compare Broadvoice vs VoiceStick. Find out whether Broadvoice or VoiceStick is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Broadvoice and VoiceStick and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
User Ratings & Reviews
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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....
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- Website: broadvoice.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2007
- Headquater Country:
- Founder Year: 2003
- 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.
Where do I start? The worst is that they have a bug in their billing code. It records 911 calls as international calls which aren't included in most of their packages. A call to 911 generates a negative balance preventing subsequent calls including another 911 emergency call. One has to add the minimum of $10, above and beyond the monthly charge to reinstate service or wait call customer service and argue your case. The balance of the $10 is stuck in Voicestick coffers in case you need to make an international call or god forbid another 911 call. They won’t take it off your next bill. Customer support is minimal with only business hours (8-5) access, poorly trained people and a desire to close tickets that greatly exceeds their willingness to help customers. User features are minimal at best despite continuing promises to add features. There isn’t any “call busy” or “no answer” rollover which makes their “business service” useless for most organizations needing multiple incoming lines. If you are looking for fast track features, Voicestick is a Yugo when most people are looking for a Cadillac. Many services give tours of their online interface for prospective customers; Voicestick has to be too embarrassed to offer a tour… Call quality is fair on their best day, unusable on some days. Finally, there are the outages including the THREE day one caused by server failure. For an operation as big as they claim to be to not have back up systems is inexcusable.
These guys seem to offer a good quality VOIP service for the price!