Posted by Tollfreenumber.ORG at March 29th, 2016
Toll-Free Number: 1-800-998-7087
Local Phone Number: 973-577-6380
Brief Description: Phone.com offers toll free services on a VoIP network. A hardline is not required and the toll free number can be routed to any phone number. Calls are routed virtually so lesser quality is a probability.
Sales reps are willing to work with customers on price, sometimes waiving the start up fee of $10-$25. This service is a ‘package only’ deal; you cannot pay only for usage.
The bottom line package offered is the Virtual Office for $14.88 per month plus taxes. Standard monthly bill without going over the alloted 300 minutes are less than $20/mo in total. Each additional minute over 300 is 4.9 cents.
Incoming calls from Canada are an additional 5 cents (9.9 in total). Larger packages are offered as well. Service is offered nationwide with no area limitations. You do own the toll free number and there is no contract term. Customer service is easy to reach and knowledgeable about all services.
Price Range: Low-Price
Description of Company: Phone.com (based in Livingston, NJ) was founded in 2007 by Ari Rabban and Brian Scott, who are the current CEO and COO respectively. Since it’s inception, Phone.com has concentrated on creating and developing new telecommunications solutions to deliver technology that can benefit both small businesses and individuals alike. They offer over 40 toll free enhanced features, and allow for their customers to manage their settings and users online round the clock.
Phone.com also provides a low cost, flexible virtual office phone system that enables business to stay connected and enhance their professional image. Their system relies upon VoIP technology, which allows for small businesses or those that may be mobile, to still have a toll free service solution that meets their needs.
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Customer Rating: Above Average
Product URL: Phone.com
PROS: No contracts, low start up fees, nationwide service, toll free ownership.
CONS: VoIP tends to have diminished quality. Canadian callers are an additional cost. Base price of $14.88 essentially locks you into paying for 300 minutes no matter what (even if usage is lower than that).