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S.G. Informatics vs Verizon

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

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Overview:

S.G. Informatics was an ICT services and solutions business committed to providing local services and creative solutions to a wide customer base. S.G. Informantics caters to small, medium, and large companies in both the public...

Verizon, America’s largest wireless provider, is moving over to ‘landlines’ and VoIP technology. Verizon offers a variety of plans, for business phone systems and home phone users. There’s usually a discount if you add Verizon home phone service...

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Recent User Reviews

This is the first company I have used for voip phone serviec and so far I have gotten what I paid for.  The service is cheaper than my last company and it was easy for me to set up and start using.  I have an echo on some calls but mostly the quality is good. I was a little skeptical to make the switch and I have no real complants with SG.  They seem to be as good as any other company I have read reviews for.  Would recommend giving them a try.

dinesh June 15th, 2008

I own a mobile small engine repair service and rely on both service at my office and on my mobile phone. The office VOIP service is supposed to work over WIFI but the phone continuously drops service and will not reconnect to wifi even though it sees the network. I rely on this phone to connect with customers and it continuously has been a burden to deal with, sometimes the phone will not connect for a few minutes to a few days and is completely unreliable. Whenever I call customer service, they are unable to correct the problem. Basically they've told me that I should connect the phone directly to our internet router even though I'd have to move my desk to the room that the router is located in; something they said I wouldn't have to do when I signed up for the service. I went with Verizon because they specifically guaranteed me that the desk phone would work over wifi. Regarding the OneTalk app, it is also highly unreliable. Again as a mobile business I expect to get calls on my mobile phone through the app; again something that Verizon stated was the benefit of their business service. Unfortunately only about 50% of calls ever get through to my mobile phone. I'll get back to my office and have a voicemail on the desk phone but nothing on the OneTalk app. Verizon bills this a the best service out there but has been very disappointing.

Mower Repair March 19th, 2020

Converted our office over to a Verizon Business Digital Voice Account. The conversion was handled horribly by Verizon. Much of our clearly listed phone lines were not brought over form the old carrier. Each call to Verizon customer service could only contain one problem. Efforts to solve multiple problems in a single call (ticket) causing failures in the Verizon system requiring multiple call backs by me to clear the failed ticket before a new single issue ticket could be initiated. The resolution of each problem required no less than 8 calls to Verizon customer service, involving a new person with each call having no idea or interest other than reviewing the account in order to sell us additional services. All of the many Verizon customer service people I have spoken with seem interest to help, but are not able to because Verizon has blocked them from doing anything beyond setting up new cell service. I strongly recommend considering all other options before going with Verizon for anything other than a single private cell phone. My cell phone is not with them, but they do seem interested in

pgregory-ceh October 1st, 2019
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