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GoTalk vs Verizon
Compare GoTalk vs Verizon. Find out whether GoTalk or Verizon is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of GoTalk and Verizon and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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goTalk is the first Australian business and residential VoIP provider to offer local calling, national calling, international calling, and even calls to mobile phones at no extra charge! goTalk designed a wide range of great valued VoIP plans to...
Verizon, America’s largest wireless provider, is moving over to ‘landlines’ and VoIP technology. Verizon offers a variety of plans, for business phone systems and home phone users. There’s usually a discount if you add Verizon home phone service...
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- Founder Year: 2004
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- Founder Year: 1990
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Converted our office over to a Verizon Business Digital Voice Account. The conversion was handled horribly by Verizon. Much of our clearly listed phone lines were not brought over form the old carrier. Each call to Verizon customer service could only contain one problem. Efforts to solve multiple problems in a single call (ticket) causing failures in the Verizon system requiring multiple call backs by me to clear the failed ticket before a new single issue ticket could be initiated. The resolution of each problem required no less than 8 calls to Verizon customer service, involving a new person with each call having no idea or interest other than reviewing the account in order to sell us additional services. All of the many Verizon customer service people I have spoken with seem interest to help, but are not able to because Verizon has blocked them from doing anything beyond setting up new cell service. I strongly recommend considering all other options before going with Verizon for anything other than a single private cell phone. My cell phone is not with them, but they do seem interested in
We switched 9 facilities from ATT to Verizon about a year ago. We run everything from restaurants to golf courses to fitness centers. We also run a very busy municipal building. We have been very disappointed. Overall, call quality is poor. Two of our facilities have broken calls constantly. We have tried EVERYTHING to solve the issues. The phones lose their 911 addressing info a lot which renders them useless. This necessitates a call to support. The WiFi option is a good feature. The administration portal is abysmal. I mean it is horrible. The *611 help is excellent. Make sure you have a rock solid internet connection. I mean ROCK solid. This system does not like any little Internet hiccup.