Allvoi Reviews and Plans
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Allvoi.com is a telecommunications provider based out of Niles, Illinois in the United States of America. Allvoi stands for All Voice Over the Internet.
For this review, we will look at Allvoi.com’s long-distance service and see how it compares with some other products such as Gonevoip.ca’s recommended long distance providers.
According to the company’s Facebook page, their stated mission is to “save you money on your phone bill”. Let’s examine if Allvoi does this or not.
Allvoi.com offers unlimited domestic and international calls to over 60 destinations worldwide. They allow consumers the option of trying the service risk-free for 30 days before committing.
Allvoi.com offers different plans for different countries. For this review, we will focus on the USA/Canada plans.
Allvoi.com offers two plans for the US/Canada.
The Unlimited Home plan comes in at $10 USD per month. It provides unlimited inbound calling for the USA, Canada, and Puerto Rico. In addition to that, you receive 1000 minutes for outbound calling.
The Unlimited Home Plus is $20 USD per month and provides unlimited calls for both inbound and outbound calls.
There is also a one-time $25 processing fee. As with many unlimited Internet options, unlimited calling, in this case, falls under Allvoi.com’s predetermined residential usage policy. Minutes above the residential limit are billed per the Unlimited Home Plans Rates, which are $0.02 per minute.
These plans are available for both landlines and mobile phones and the company provides a free mobile app that allows for making an international call directly from your mobile.
There are no contract requirements. The company provides a free Allvoi Mini Adapter as well on both plans.
In our review of Allvoi.com, we liked their setup and clarity in their pricing and plans. So many companies fail in this aspect, doing their best to confuse the consumer.
The $10 price tag on the Unlimited Home Plan is priced fairly although the name is a little misleading as you only receive an unlimited inbound calling.
The $20 price tag on the Unlimited Home Plus plan is quite reasonable for an unlimited package. However, if you live in Canada, the additional cost on the currency exchange pushes it from reasonable to unreasonable. This company is much more ideal for American residents.
Overall, we thought that the two plans offer fair options for consumers to choose from although again, it is more suited towards Americans instead of Canadians. But it is worth considering nonetheless although GoneVoip’s top choices such as Rebtel.
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