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Yak vs Vitelity
Compare Yak vs Vitelity. Find out whether Yak or Vitelity is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Yak and Vitelity and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Vitelity is committed to providing rock-solid service and high quality customer care for each and every one of their customers. The wholesale VoIP products and services Vitelity offers are the most up-to-date available in the industry. Vitelity...
- Website: www.yak.ca
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- Founder Year: 2003
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- Founder Year: 2004
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Had great results calling North America, but don't try to call the Philippines. They charge you for every attempt that is not completed. maybe 20% success in Philippine calls. Really disappointed. customer service ended up changing my longin so I can't get my invoices.
Yak has just terminated my service with 1 months notice. I am not sure why, but I will not go back with them if they offer a service at an increased price. We had many calls that had a small delay and we had complaints of poor sound quality.
Authentication system fails frequently, taking SIP trunks down for customers. No support (except email asking if there's still a problem) and now they are refusing to port numbers so we can leave their shitty service.
Before Vitelity was purchased by either Onvoy or Intelliquent, who knows at this point, they were great; very responsive and helpful. However, now it seems whomever purchased them just left them to die on an island. LNP goes to voicemail all the time, support tickets are answered *maybe* within 48 hours. They claim to be understaffed, but then again, they've been saying that for about 6 months now. It would appear this is a sinking ship. We've since moved our services, but as long as you never need anything support-wise, Vitelity is a decent company. I feel bad for the account managers, as they have to take the brunt of the frustrations with limited ability to do anything. It just feels like pulling teeth just to get something simple done or even just get an acknowledgement that someone sees you exist.