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ImHosted Web Hosting vs CommPeak
Compare ImHosted Web Hosting vs CommPeak. Find out whether ImHosted Web Hosting or CommPeak is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of ImHosted Web Hosting and CommPeak and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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ImHosted's web hosting 'Power Plan' offers unlimited space, bandwidth, emails, and FTP accounts at affordable discounted rates, depending on how many years you sign up with them. For a one-year plan, the monthly fee is $7.95 per month. For a four...
CommPeak offers affordable, wholesale VoIP services for all types of businesses.
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CommPeak is working developing wholesale SMS origination that will allow you to use your SIP trunking system to send and...
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Signed up with commpeak, got all the way through setup, and wanted to clarify the technical route. Then the agent told me that there was a minimum average call duration for the service (despite them offering per-second billing) and that if I didn't meet the average then my service would be cut off. CUT OFF. She tried to debate with me what that meant, but I run a callcenter, I don't have time to mess around with maybes. Suggest staying away from these dishonest people.
We've been with Commpeak for a couple of weeks. Everything worked fine, but suddenly no traffic possible. Commercial issues, pricint went suddenly up and then they just stop your traffice. That is unacceptable. They raised our pricing from 0.009 to 0.3 in one day. We stopped routing through them because this is strange behaviour. So be carefull, they want you to be customer, let you pay your prepaid amount, but then it stops. So, don't upload to much money if you want to use them, use only small amounts. Be aware of sudden price changes and not being able to make any call because of commercial issues. Get a backup connection somewhere else.