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Vonics Digital vs Talkatone
Compare Vonics Digital vs Talkatone. Find out whether Vonics Digital or Talkatone is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Vonics Digital and Talkatone and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Vonics is a digital communications service provider that specializes in business and residential VoIP.
Update: Vonics Digital is no longer in service as of 2008
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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I've read many of the reviews and some seem to be company plants and some are unrealistic expectations from customers. If you want 99.999% availability, stick with your landline. If you want 95+%, Vonics is good. Occasionally I answer and get no audio. Service was down for a few days when they added new international numbers, but I did get voicemail. Voicemail indicator and voicemail via e-mail have worked well. The MTA has been flawless, much better than my cable service. Service was overwhelmed when SunRocket went under. I now get responses to e-mails, but days late after the problem has resolved. For $12.99 a month, I think it is a very good value and recommend it with the above caveats to friends and family. Iterating, the service is not perfect and the cost is low. One gets what one pays for, and my experience has been good value for the money and I will stay with Vonics at the end of my year.
I haven't had service for a week now and I can't Vonics customer service to respond. Prior to this my service has always been a little flaky, but for the price I can live with a few issues - as long as it works. One common problem I've had is when someone calls me my phone rings and I answer but the call doesn't connect. If they call right back the call will usually connect on the second try. The sound quality has been pretty good and the service is a bargain - when it works. My service quit a week ago and I can't get in touch with anyone at Vonics.
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.