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RevolutionIP vs voip.ms
Compare RevolutionIP vs voip.ms. Find out whether RevolutionIP or voip.ms is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of RevolutionIP and voip.ms and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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VoIP.ms is a top-of-the-game Montreal-based Voice over IP (VoIP) company founded in 2007. VoIP.ms focuses on cloud communications and prides itself to be the most feature-rich VoIP provider. Its platform is used by over 80,000 customers namely...
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- Founder Year: 1990
- Website: www.voip.ms
- Headquater Country: Canada
- Founder Year: 2007
- Pay Per Minute Plans - $0.85
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Good combination of price and quality. Perfectly suitable for Canadian customers. View RevolutionIP details
The quality is not very good at times. It could be my internet connection. Customer service is good, but they are quick to blame the ISP
Living both in the US and Canada people can call the respective number easily. Just wish the number touted via Voips could send and accept texts. Also would be nice to change what number shows up for others to see whose calling
We found our landline costs excessive and features lacking. When looking for alternatives we found voip.ms which had the features we wanted at a very affordable price. Using an OBI110 we tested using VOIP in parallel with the landline and ported the number once we were comfortable with the service. One of the important features we wanted was affordable international calling, and have been very pleased with the voip.ms costs. When travelling we use VOIP applications on our phones to call home bypassing the high call rates on our cell phone plans. The availability of geographically distributed servers is very helpful when travelling. we moved we kept our old phone number and added a new phone number in our local calling zone. The old number has a wide variety of loyalty plans associated with it and now goes directly to voice mail. We also added local numbers in a couple of cities where we have family allowing them to call a local number to call us,