Worldline Reviews and Plans
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WorldLine is a brand from a Fibernetics telecommunications company. Fibernetics has been around since 2003. The head office is in Cambridge, ON and operates it's call centers out of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.
Worldline provides VoIP services, domestic and international long-distance calling solutions as well as internet access services. Worldline offers some competitive pricing going around at least in terms of internet access.
Worldline's services are available across Canada excluding the three territories: Yukon, Nunavut and the Northwest Territory. Long-distance calling is something that Worldline also has received praise for and it now time for GoneVoIP to review the long-distance services that Worldline has to offer. Let's see how these hold up against the competition.
Worldline unlimited long-distance has three plans:
- Call Canada: Targeted for Canada for only $3.95 per month. That basically means you can make unlimited calls throughout Canada - minus the three territories - for a price that is less than your average grocery items.
- Call the World: At $14.95 per month you have unlimited calling to 50+ countries (incl. the USA, Venezuela, China, Peru, Brazil, Colombia, and the UK) Call landlines and in some cases covered mobile phones as well.
- Dial Around: Dial 10-11-295 from your landline and get the long distance to US and Canada for $0.02 The international long-distance calling to 50+ countries starting from $0.03
The pricing, however, is not the strong aspect of Wordline long-distance services – their true strength lies in the flexibility of the three plans that they offer. You can use the Canada wide plan, the world plan which allows you to dial across 50 plus countries for only $14.95, or you can choose to go with a pay per use option.
Providing these options should be something each long-distance provider should follow. Adding the last option of letting users pay per usage is extremely great considering that the customer will be in control of how much he or she chooses to spend. The versatility of the Worldline is something we definitely hope to see in other long-distance calling providers.
The question that remains is whether or not the calling rates to individual countries is economically feasible with the pay per usage plan. Phone Power is a well-known and prominent long-distance provider that offers great international calling rates. Phone Power allows customers to dial Pakistan for 3.3 cents per minute while WorldLine allows its customers to dial Pakistan for 7.7 cents per minute. However, this difference is made up for in the world plan considering Phone Power charges $24.95 per month for their world plan.
In terms of long-distance dialing, you can’t really go wrong with Worldline. They offer a variety of plans for you to choose from and it all depends on how much your actual usage is. For heavy users, the world plan Worldline offers could be the perfect combination of pricing and service quality. For light, to average users, the pay per minute plan also has much to offer. As always though, GoneVoIP suggests shopping around, as savings are as usual just a click away!
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