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EBLC Telecom vs Jive VoIP
Compare EBLC Telecom vs Jive VoIP. Find out whether EBLC Telecom or Jive VoIP is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of EBLC Telecom and Jive VoIP and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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February 2010 update: We were unable to find a working website for EBLC Telecom. The provider is probably out of business.
Jive Communications offers reliable and enterprise-grade communication technologies (including Hosted VoIP and Unified Communications) to a wide range of businesses and organizations. With a full suite of advanced telephony features and five...
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- Founder Year: 2002
- Website: jive.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2006
- Jive Small Business Plan Tier 1 - $29.95
- Jive Small Business Plan Tier 2 - $25.95
- Jive Small Business Tier 3 - $23.95
- Jive Small Business Tier 4 - $21.95
- Jive Small Business Tier 5 - $19.95
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Recent User Reviews
Jive was a breeze to set up. In the 6 months we've had Jive as our phone system, we haven't had any issues or outages. Much appreciated after having problems with previous providers using Voip.
If you work for a company that has any sort of multi-line phone network and you have ever wondered how it all works, this service does just that. It allows so much flexibility whether you are directing multiple phone numbers to one receptionist or if you need to make sure several agents only receive calls from specific lines of business. Other systems I have worked with require a complex combination of button presses and codes and sometimes that still doesn't work how you hope. With Jive, you get to lay out exactly how the calls are supposed to route and flow. You are given a blank window with lots of options. You can physically take the different buttons and place them and route them from one to the next. Each button generally has additional settings down to the way the caller ID shows up when coming in from a certain line, to the type of hold music they will hear while waiting for you to answer. I appreciate the flexibility for any office type that this will offer.