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GoTalk vs VoIPo
Compare GoTalk vs VoIPo. Find out whether GoTalk or VoIPo is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of GoTalk and VoIPo and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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- 45 Reviews
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...
Branded as “The Likable Phone Company,” VoIPo offers affordable home phone solutions to customers in the United States. The company was created by Hostgator, a popular web hosting company, in 2006. Dedicated to delivering a reliable and...
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- Founder Year: 2004
- Website: voipo.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2004
- VoIPo Residential/Small Business VoIP Plan - $6.21
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Recent User Reviews
I was a VOIPO customer from 2011 to 2019. After I sent an email to discontinue future service, and they acknowledged it, they still tried to charge my credit card for future service anyway a few days later. They also are claiming that they want me to pay $49.99 for an 8 year $25 router when new or return it, but it died years ago and I switched to my own replacement (Obihai) router. They did not request the return of the router ~3 years ago when I let them know it failed, but now want me to pay double the brand new price on a discontinued, un-pro-rated and horrible router. I had lots of problems before I switched to my own.
I used VOIPo for more than 4 years. After I solved the static issue caused by FIOS with my filter, the service was acceptable. VOIPo was unable to solve it in those days. here are providers with comparable or better service and lower prices, such as AxVoice. At renewals, they refused to offer any alternatives to take-it-or-leave-it pricing. The customer insults come when you cancel service. They demand the $5 adapter back or they will charge $49.95. After receiving the adapter with all identifying information, they want to know the UPS tracking number. Makes you wonder how many hundreds are received each day.