1-VoIP Sip Trunking Reviews and Plans
|June 13, 2017|
|Submitted by:||LW (Toronto , ON)|
Extraordinary serviceI've been a 1-VoIP customer for 3+ years. Great quality. Customer service is as good as it gets.
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1-VoIP was founded back in 2005 and has a decade of experience in the telecommunications world. The proudest achievement of 1-VoIP is that they have been rated as the number 1 provider in America, as well as the most reviewed. The headquarters of 1-VoIP can be found at 120 North Robinson Avenue, Suite 1600, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73101. The staff at 1-VoIP we interacted with were extremely knowledgeable and exhibited their willingness to cooperate. The backbone of any business is the people who run it, and 1-VoIP showed us that customer experience and satisfaction are their priorities. Let us now indulge ourselves with a review of 1-VoIP’s bread and butter SIP Trunking plans!
1-VoIP provides SIP Trunking with the following characteristics:
- 99.999% Uptime. This means less than 6 minutes a year, compared to a traditional landline.
- Unlimited simultaneous calls
- Easy Trunk Setup
- Free Porting
- No Contract
- No Cancellation Fees
The pricing from 1-VoIP Sip Trunking is also incredible starting at;
- CANADA & USA Number $4.95 w/unlimited incoming minutes
- SIP TRUNK MINUTE BUNDLE $25 2,000 minutes per bundle
- TOLL-FREE NUMBER $5.95 w/ 5.5 cents per minute
Some of the cool features you can look forward to is the ability to stop Telemarketers calls. 1-VoIP has strategically partnered with Nomorobo, very easy to turn the feature on or off
All in all, Gonevoip believes 1-VoIP offers a very good set of SIP Trunking plans. Gonevoip found these to be well rounded with the right price and many great features that 1-VoIP have to offer. Coupled with a great Uptime, is a formula to ensure the success for the businesses that rely on it.
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