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ShoreTel vs TelTub
Compare ShoreTel vs TelTub. Find out whether ShoreTel or TelTub is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of ShoreTel and TelTub and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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ShoreTel began selling IP telephony products in 1996. ShoreTel offers a comprehensive, premise-based unified communications solution - based around their award-winning IP phone system. Shoretel guarantees it will have the lowest price - over a...
TelTub could change everything.
Based on Google Voice (Google's VoIP service that allows free calls to any number in the United States and Canada), TelTub has moved Google Voice off the computer and to your phone.
And they've done...
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- Founder Year: 1996
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- Founder Year: 2010
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Overall, good service. On rare occasions, I've had to go to someone with more authority when issues are not resolved in a timely manner, or when there is confusion regarding a request, but for the most part, requests and issues are addressed quickly and efficiently. When I have had complaints in the past, management has been more than willing to listen, in the interest of improving the client experience.
Although there's no such thing as a perfect company to do business with, ShoreTel strives to be responsive to customer complaints or suggestions, in the interest of improving service.
Had a conversation with customer service in trying to set it up for the first time. Quick and professional! I am a new customer, using the ghome services. so far the quality seems great!!
The service works great (without even considering the low price which is a bonus). It's easy to register and they allow you to bring your adapter BUT DON'T. Only do it if you know how to configure a SIP ATA. They will give you the username/password to configure your adapter but there are other settings that they don't mention like nat settings etc. So, if you don't know what you are doing just buy the thing from them. It's not worth saving $20 to configure it yourself. I have tried multiple adapters like the Linksys PAP2 and even my Asterisk box. It works with all of them given you know how to set it up. However, I decided to try their own adapter too just because!!! It's a Grandstream HT 286 box (but one of my friend got a Linksys 1001 so I guess they work with different vendors). It was $50 to get it from them which is not far from eBay. (You can probably get one from eBay for 25-30 but you have to know what you are doing The voice quality is very good and I have never had a disconnection. They also have an indicator (a gray/green light) on their website that shows if your device is online. Google transcribe your voicemails and set it to your email. This is pretty good as you are able to read your voicemails (as oppose to listening to them). Their features beat the hell out of vonage or phone.com(well to be fair they are using Google's features. Vonage and other guys can't compete with Google in their dreams).