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IPower vs Zulu
Compare IPower vs Zulu. Find out whether IPower or Zulu is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of IPower and Zulu and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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IPower has three basic web hosting to fit certain web hosting needs.
The Starter Plan is best for personal sites and blogs. $3.95 a month, plus associated setup and domain registration fees, gets you your own website, with decent bandwidth...
When it comes to cloud communications, Zulu delivers a product that is designed with businesses in mind. The system is sleek and aesthetically pleasing, and functions just like other phone systems minus the excessive wiring and network switches....
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I am a huge fan of IPower Web Hosting. I have been with them for over two years now and have been extremely satisfied with their services. With the couple of issues that I did have, I had very quick response and little to no down-time. IPower Web Hosting has been a great value for the money that we have invested. I do not hesitate recommending it to my family and/or friends.
The only thing that matters on a car lot is not missing a call. We put in the cordless system and every salesman carries one whether they are at their desk, in the service bay, or on the lot. We never miss calls sitting at desks.
We purchased a system for our company to replace an older NorTel system. We use a both desktop IP phones and the cordless handsets. Sound quality is much better our previous system and our outside sales persons are now able to use their iPhones to accept business calls. We also like the voice mail to email feature so that salespersons can get messages without having to call back in to check their mailboxes.