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hostmonster.com vs Ringio

Compare hostmonster.com vs Ringio. Find out whether hostmonster.com or Ringio is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of hostmonster.com and Ringio and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.

User Ratings & Reviews

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Overview:

Hostmonster.com provides excellent business web hosting services -- cheap and affordable, too. With a 1-click install for over 50 scripts and US-based tech support, hostmonster is perfect for webmasters of broad experience levels. With no long-...

Ringio is a technology and business communications company that offers a fully customizable virtual PBX call routing solution to customers. Their virtual PBX comes with customer relationship management tools, call queuing, IVR, and more. Ringio...

Provider Info

  • Website: ring.io
  • Headquater Country: United States
  • Founder Year: 2009

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Users Average Rating

Recent User Reviews

Initially I was unsure... HostMonster's website promises so much and at such a good price, it made me wonder... However, I didn't wonder for long.  These guys delivered in a big way.  Their customer support is unparalleled. The longest I have ever had to wait for a response was 5 minutes.  If for some reason your request is complicated or challenging, they will tell you and have been right on about the amount of time it would take. Account Setup was EASY!  I was on live chat for about three minutes and immediately after, I was able to set up the account in FIVE minutes. I now have four websites hosted with HostMonster.  Two of which they migrated from a previous host for FREE, and the other two they installed Wordpress and Pligg (+3 premium modules) for FREE. As you can tell, I am a firm believer of HostMonster and really have nothing negative to say about this web hosting company.

gonzales.jorge88 May 18th, 2010

It has been and is still a smooth ride right from the beginning with HostMonster.  All the technical support is transparent and their "Help" categories are well written and right to the point. Actually, I cannot rate their customer relations since I have never had to deal with them; everything has worked fine.  I have never received a complaint or experienced any problems about speed or access to my site.  The price is competitive and I feel I am getting a lot more than what I have paid for.  I am extremely pleased with all aspects of HostMonster!

Tajtona May 1st, 2010

I tried to sign up for a test account a 14 trial day Ringio stated my company email wasn't accepted I'm guessing the portal they design is a system domain register. Owner answer the phone claiming my protonmail is encrtpy isn't something they couldn't use base on the app because the security protonmail uses. He was very judgmental he couldn't beleive it wasn't a corporate account I had to explained that my domain is available or maybe try my other company he burst out claim was the owner Samual the CEO and base on his vibes,I won't be a good fit for the company he trying play some psychic abilitlies and crsytal ball method what a crappy way to treat customer in less than 2 minutes saying they screen to see who they are working with and so forth was a waste of 5 minute phone called. He ask me what my company does he is plain old outdated version small shop the so called owner isn't making money he answer the phone. Pass this company up there over 1000 VOIP company know has to put up with bad service and stupid pre judgement. RINGIO is going out of business each time I submit the button for DEMO the technician cliam he was busy such a discrimation and this company soon will have the Biggest lawsuit over discrimination activity.

JAZZYTIFFANYFOX22 January 4th, 2017

They are so far behind the mark of the industry that they do not have the normal features you would come to expect from any real VoIP company just don;t exist. The system is uber complicated and takes making setting on 3-4 pages where it would all be done on one page with any main stream provider. They routinely ignore email and voicemails regarding service issues and it is very rarte to be able to find out exactly what the real problem was. Often the problem seems to go away on it's own before they find a fix for it. The user is often made to feel the issue is on their side, even though test results show no problem on the user side. There have been chronic outages and service problems where calls could not be placed out, in or both. One recent service outage last several days. I would not recommend this poor provider to my dog let a lone a friend. Actually, my friend dog both use 8x8.

harrys April 10th, 2013
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