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Sangoma vs Conexiant
Compare Sangoma vs Conexiant. Find out whether Sangoma or Conexiant is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Sangoma and Conexiant and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Sangoma offers hardware and software products for large-scale telephony carriers and projects.
Sangoma's gateways and voice hardware allow users to set up their own large phone systems. Sangoma also provides equipment...
Conexiant is a telecom company that provides services for VoIP wholesalers and small businesses that are interested in using wholesale VoIP products.
Wholesale VoIP Service with Conexiant
Conexiant telecom offers a comprehensive...
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Very worst support from sangoma. I am using 3cx they don't how to route the calls. its taken more than a month still they not able fix.
I used to use the sipstation product. If I had an issue with a setting up a device there was a customer service number. You might sit on hold for an extended amount of time, but they were usually able to help. I have purchased a new sipstation device and I have had issues with it from day 1. I have called the support number numerous times in the last month, but no one has ever answered. After waiting on hold for a couple of minutes your call is forwarded to a voicemail. I have left my name and number on at least 5 occasions in the last month. I have received 0 calls back from Sangoma. I just tried again today to no avail. This is the last time that I will use any of their products.
As with many other VoIP providers, support is very poor. The issues "can't be replicated".... Eventually one just gives up. We used them for some origination services because of their easy to use GUI but reliability of the service is very questionable. We experienced a number of outages and the company's management did not do anything to rectify the situation other than admitting "an error on their part". CDR was not working fo rthe better pasrt of a year. We ordered several DIDs that turned out not to be availible (previously assigned). This is certainly not a company that can handle the needs of a wholesale client.
Best Features to name a few: Easy to use portal - lot of providers portals are clunky Geo-Redundant Pops/Proxies: Denver, L.A., Frankfurt, and Hong Kong - was told more coming soon Excellent Customer Support - always freindly and helpful, and can be reached 24/7 - I can finally relax Flexible pricing for Wholesalers - they were able to get me first class rates for my customers that want cheap rates, and have premium routes for my demanding customers that want quality The only carrier to offer a real billing Solution - DTH billing Dialer Friendly carrier - high or low ASR, they will take the traffic International Carrier - premium and non-cli FreeSwitch Friendly - their support knows FreeSwitch!! Hosted Servers and PBXs - they will do custom solutions for High Availability, remote backup, remote voice recording, etc.... Secured VMs - the VMs I bought were FreePBX Asterisk based, and were properly patched and up to date with iptables Multi-Alert 911 solution - this feature is cool, it will notify you by SMS if a customer dial 911 - no more crazy bills IP Authentication - no user based authentication yet, but was told it is being added within a few weeks Keep up the great work guys