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Startlogic vs Sangoma

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

User Ratings & Reviews

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Overview:

StartLogic is the logical way to start a web site because of their cheap web hosting solutions, easy-to-use tools and knowledgable customer support team.

PersonalLogic is a cheap and easy way to start a personal web site. It costs only $3....

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...

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  • Founder Year: 1984

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Recent User Reviews

I am always doubtful about the cost-effectiveness factor.  Large web space and bandwidth offered plus all those extra features for an immensely low price, usually termed as the cost effectiveness.  It often seems too lucrative but far from the truth, and quality is not the factor on which anyone can compromise.  That's why I purchased a package with StartLogic- not the cheapest one, but providing all necessary features to support my launching online business.  Secondly, because they offer scalable packages, I can always up-grade to other features for future requirements or as per the need arises.  That is real cost-effectiveness as per my dictionary.  WELL DONE StartLogic!  Keep it up!

roy_portal May 23rd, 2010

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.

voipinstaller December 17th, 2018

Card could not be recognized as valid hardware. Tried multiple OS and multiple servers. Sangoma support was to e-mail you a link to the install process which was followed to a tee. Probably and out of box failure on the card but still no RMA to return it after 3 weeks dealing with crappy customer service.

tromas July 21st, 2014
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