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UniVoip vs Talkatone
Compare UniVoip vs Talkatone. Find out whether UniVoip or Talkatone is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of UniVoip and Talkatone and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
User Ratings & Reviews
- 4 Reviews
- 1 Reviews
UniVoIP is a Los Angeles-based premier business Voice Over Internet Protocol and hosted PBX provider offering high-speed internet connectivity and any-distance phone service in one seamless self-serve solution. UniVoIP brings the best in business...
Talkatone offer app users a local U.S. phone number and 60 free minutes of outbound calling to mobile devices and landlines within the U.S. and Canada per month. If a user needs more minutes they can...
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- Founder Year: 2005
- Website: Talkatone.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2011
Users Average Rating
Recent User Reviews
Excellent customer service. We received services that was promised. Active since 05/10/2017 Port in our numbers was done with no pressure on our business activities. Voice mail boxes was setup same day as well as caller ID and all other features which were promised. They are very creative and very well aware and trained of functionality of their services and software which it makes them very different than large service providers. They are very active to solve any outstanding issues that may need attentions. Cut our bill to half and gained new features to better conduct our business. Great team of professionals to know and work with.
The person in charge of customer support (Kenneth) is profoundly rude to customers. Overall, UniVoIP does exactly what many other hosted VoIP providers do, except UniVoIP isn't exactly cheap, and their support is pretty terrible. They rarely, if ever, follow up on hardware issues or even basic glitches. Their answer, more often than not, is to "reset the phone" and basically move on - which is not an actual solution, just a small band-aid to a bigger problem.
I used the Talkatone app while overseas and it works well, similar to the magicJack app. Lets you make up to 60 minutes of free calls to US/Canada landlines per month. Nice while you are traveling.