ISP.CA Reviews and Plans
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ISP.ca is a Canadian Internet service provider that offers additional services including IPTV, VOIP services and hosting packages. The company is based in West London, Ontario.
In this portion of GoneVoip.ca’s review of ISP.ca, we will focus on their residential VOIP services and see how they stack up with our top residential VOIP providers in price and features, as well as looking if there are any additional hidden costs.
As the name of the company suggests, ISP.ca is an Internet service provider first, and all other services are secondary.
When we searched ISP’s website, we could only find the option of ordering VOIP with internet included. That package comes in at $25 monthly. Below the pricing, it says that the “price is with Internet service (includes $10 off monthly). However, considering their most basic residential DSL Internet plan comes in at $20, this suggests that the VOIP alone would be $5 per month. We were unable to verify if residential VOIP is available as a stand-alone product.
The plan they do have advertised is $25 per month and is called the Residential Unlimited USA & Canada. It states in the fine print that a digital phone adapter is required to be purchased, but the website does not state the cost of the adapter. The plan itself features enhanced voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, visual call waiting, unlimited local calling, 3-way calling, call forwarding and call blocking.
For an additional $25, you can get unlimited calling to 50 countries. But keeping up with the company’s lack of information, which 50 countries that price covers is not listed anywhere.
Our review of ISP.ca’s residential VOIP must be classified as incomplete, as their lack of information on the website leads to us only to make assumptions on actual pricing and overall confusion over whether VOIP is only attainable with also making ISP.ca your internet service provider.
If we could, in fact, order residential VOIP Phone as a stand-alone product at $5 per month, that price would beat most of Gonevoip.ca’s top residential VOIP companies. Distributel's Yak is $4.75 but only for the first two months. But we have no way of knowing if we can separate the VOIP from the internet, thus we can only assume the price is as stated at $25 for the bundled package. Ths price also includes an unknown equipment fee. Until ISP.ca updates their site with clear information and pricing, we cannot recommend them as a residential VOIP provider.
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