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IP5280 vs Mitel MiCloud Business

Compare IP5280 vs Mitel MiCloud Business. Find out whether IP5280 or Mitel MiCloud Business is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of IP5280 and Mitel MiCloud Business and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.

User Ratings & Reviews

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Overview:

IP5280 provides customers with comprehensive business VoIP services. From Hosted PBX VoIP to SIP Trunking to Unified Communications, IP5280 has it all. IP528- ensures top quality service and is one of the leading providers of VoIP services in the...

Serving more than 60 million users in over 100 countries around the world, Mitel is an industry leader in providing business communication solutions. They offer business phone systems, mobile services, collaboration applications, and contact...

Provider Info

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  • Founder Year: 2006
  • Website: mitel.com
  • Headquater Country: Canada
  • Founder Year: 2001

Plans Available*

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  • MiCloud Office Elite - $29.99
  • MiCloud Office Essentials - $19.99
  • MiCloud Office Premium - $24.99
  • Mitel MiCloud Business Advanced - $20.00
  • Mitel MiCloud Business Extension Only - $12.50
  • Mitel MiCloud Business Extension Only with Voicemail - $15.00
  • Mitel MiCloud Business Lite - $17.50

Users Average Rating

Recent User Reviews

IP5280 is the worst telecommunications company I've ever dealt with. Even the BBB agrees with over 19 complaints in 3 years of writing this. We were promised feature after feature then when our order got to provisioning we're told that our features are not supported. This didn't happen once but 3 times so far, each time being reassurred that we'll be fine ... "just sign here" is what we're told. Even our sales guys left the company a week after we signed our contract saying he had a hard time working there so he quit. We get no return phone calls. Support has more tiers than wedding cake with nobody knowing what the other does. This company is a joke. A small business shouldn't have to worry about their telecommunications company. For us our issues are still not resolved and we've been worried and stressed since day once. Even after all of our issues our sales guy tells us today "No problem, just sign here and we'll make it right". We have to order more services. What a joke. Stay away!

ghryan January 10th, 2012

Since the beginning of 2018 Mitel has decided to outsource there customer service. Service has dramatically deteriorated. It used to be quite good. You cannot get a rapid response to serious issues that are impacting service. When you do get a response, the tech is incompetent. You can end up waiting for a week or more while the problem is supposedly being addressed, and then find out it was not resolved due to incompetence. We have been forced to cancel our contract as a result, as this is a business critical function.

Deirdre July 17th, 2018

This is in regard to some of the posts I have read here. We installed a Mitel Hosted service and have received excellent support and call quality. I have a bit of data background and really understand what it takes to make this hosted thing work which is...INFRASTRUCTURE. Not only the cat5/6 cable and terminations done properly but the Power over Ethernet switches need to be configured/managed by someone familiar with voice priority. Another big issue is that many Internet providers configure their cable modems with SIP ALG turned on which is a no no regarding the Mitel product. Mitel is not SIP and that feature causes a lot of issues. Another provider mistake is the fact they they quite often have the internal Firewall turned on in the cable modem...another feature that causes problems. Probably the biggest factor of all is the provider or person that sold you the service..if you ask me it should always be from a Mitel Dealer/Partner... that is someone that understands the product, how it works and how to make you happy. We deal with the Mitel Partner on any issue that arises and always receive great support. You have the option of calling Mitel directly but just like any other large organization you have to deal with "HOLD TIME" Anyone can purchase a hosted product on line but i highly discourage that. Utilize someone that really has a background in servicing that type of product (Mitel or any other) and is willing to commit the time and resources necessary to get you through this not so easy transition.

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*Plan pricing displayed here has been sourced directly from the provider's website or via the provider's sales team. Pricing is subject to change without notice. Check provider's website for most current pricing.Plan pricing may differ based on the country for which you are requesting service.

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