Posted by Tollfreenumber.ORG at March 29th, 2016
Toll-Free Number: 888-656-6326
Brief Description: OneBox, also associated eVoice, offers business related toll free numbers. Personal use toll free is not recommended as monthly cost is exorbitant and features are vast. To benefit from this service you should currently use at least 1500 minutes per month to make it worth while.
Nationwide service available.
Base plans start at $49.95 each month for 2000 minutes.
Next up is $79.95 for 3000 minutes, $99.95 for 4000 minutes, and finally $199.95 for 12000 minutes.
There is no charge to start an account unless you get a vanity number (limited availability) at a one time fee of $30.00 for set up only (you do not own the number). If you order online you pay the full $30.00 plus $49.95 to start; by phone some charges may be waived. Cancel within 30 days or 1000 minutes of usage for a refund, restrictions apply.
Price Range: High Price
Description of Company: Onebox, which is owned and operated by j2 Global Communications, Inc. and is based in Illinois, offers a number of outsourced virtual phone, fax and email services for businesses of all sizes in all geographical regions, as well as for individuals. Their parent company was started by Jaye Mueller and Jack Reiely in 1995, and acquired Onebox in 2004.
The Onebox Virtual PBX service enables small companies to receive the same benefits and image enhancement that large enterprises enjoy as a result of professional phone systems, without the cost or staffing. Their outsourced telecommunication services require no set up fees and no contracts. However, phone numbers that they provide are not actually owned by the customer, and Onebox charges a fee to port in or out any toll free number with their service. Onebox also offers online fax services, voicemail to email, and audio/web conferencing.
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Customer Rating: Marginal
Product URL: Onebox.com
PROS: Lots of features. Good for very large businesses.
CONS: VoIP service; call clarity isn’t always 100%. Monthly cost is very high. Sales reps pushy. No ownership of toll free number.