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Connexin vs Vonage
Compare Connexin vs Vonage. Find out whether Connexin or Vonage is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Connexin and Vonage and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Connexin is the key to business. With Connexin's business and residential VoIP plans, your company is sure to cut costs on all internal and external calling costs. Connexin understands that by utilizing all that the internet has to offer, one can...
An established name in the telecommunications industry, Vonage provides powerful residential VoIP services that are affordable and easy to set up. They offer four home phone plans that are flexible and loaded with all the right features to let...
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- Founder Year: 2003
- Website: vonage.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2001
- Vonage North America - $9.99
- Vonage U.S. & Canada 400 - $12.99
- Vonage World - $9.99
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I have been a Vonage Customer since 2007. I worked as a civilian for the Department of the Navy when I purchased Vonage and have taken my Vonage module everywhere I have worked/lived both in the U. S. and overseas. I have retired in Lima, Peru and I can tell you Vonage has been a great product/service from day one! My last 3 years working for DoN, I lived in East Africa and it was great to be able to have my wife and friends contact me, as well as myself contacting them, with the same clarity as though we were next door to each other. Anytime I've wanted to change a Service Plan, only a couple of times, the Vonage Customer Service Personnel have been outstanding. A+ service! Frankly, I cannot imagine why anyone working abroad would not purchase Vonage as their phone service. I have used Vonage in overseas areas where the internet connectivity was no more than 1 meg and still the transmissions can through as though the people I was talking to were across the street.
I have had Vonage for 7 years and I must say I am probably one of the few who never had a problem that was not resolved in one call. I have the same device and pretty much know what to do when a problem arrives. My problem is they are charging a lot of money compared to all other VOIP providers. Price is a big factor today as people use there home phones less and rely on cell phones more. Vonage was having a sale and they are going to charge all new subscribers $9.99 a month for one year. So I called and asked I have been with you all these years and how about giving this deal to me. I was sent an E Mail and told that I could offer me a $14.99 a month deal. I have to say I was a bit shocked as a 150-250 minute a month user I would have thought they would love to get me locked into a higher plan after a year and keep a long term customer. So now I am with basic Talk at a total of $13.70 a month. The call quality is just as good