Atalk.ca was founded in and is currently based in Canada. They provide telecommunication services in Toronto, Ontario which range from residential and commercial services for VoIP, internet services, and IP TV solutions. Atalk.ca, however, made its initial start by providing long distance services to North America! However with many years of success in the VoIP world, Atalk began its expansion, and currently offers internet plans and IP TV services as well. ATalk claims that they offer great long distance rates, as well as long distance plans. The headquarters of Atalk.ca can be found at Unit 107 - 14 Wertheim Court Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3H7 Canada. Let us now review one of Atalks prominent business VoIP plans!
Atalk offers a business VoIP solution which is unlimited local calling for a price tag of $24.95 per month. This plan is very standard, as it provides the customer with 1 line, and 3 extensions, as well as unlimited local calling, and other important features. However, there are many other business VoIP providers that Atalk has to contend with. For example, we have RingCentral, a business VoIP provider who also offers a business VoIP solution for the same cost of $19.99 per month. The difference between the prices are negligible, Atalk goes the extra mile by providing a price that is researched and portrays a sense of adhering to the competition, but the difference between RingCentral and Atalk is that RingCentral offers a North America wide plan rather than a local plan. This sets Atalk behind RingCentral in terms of business value.
Atalk boasts a variety of services inclusive of their business VoIP plan. Some of the noticeable features are, voicemail to email, and the find me app. We, however, found it disappointing that Atalk does not offer fax to email services inclusive of this plan, as it is a very important tool for business progression. Another aspect of the feature list we feel is lacking is the fact that there is no mention of any smartphone app. Many business owners rely on the technology of today’s day and age, such as smartphones, to communicate.
The price tag which Atalk is implementing is rather reasonable; however, the service being provided can definitely be improved upon. Local calling for the price that they demand just doesn’t cut it in terms of the competition that Atalk has to face. Furthermore, Atalk also has to revise their list of inclusive features to this plan and offer more viable business features to its clientele.