VOIPo.com is a provider of VoIP telephone services for residential clients who are looking an alternative to traditional landline phone service that is both more affordable and higher quality.
Voice over internet protocol, or VoIP, is a type of voice communication service offered by companies that have designed their phone system to use your existing high speed internet connection to route voice communications rather than standard telephone lines.
Traditional home phone service has been rapidly changed by VoIP telephone services, with many companies venturing into this industry and competing for you business, like Ooma, Vonage, and Magic Jack Plus.
But, unlike many of their better known and more widely advertised competitors, VOIPo.com says that they don’t spend money on large scale ad campaigns. This allows them to take those savings and pass them on to their customer, which they say is their primary concern.
The most affordable plan they offer to their customers currently is their 2 year plan for $149, which breaks down into only $6.21 per month. This plan includes 40 different features, including free shipping and activation.
This plan also includes unlimited calls to the US or Canada, as well as free international calls to 40 different included countries, custom caller ID, do not disturb, online voicemail, and many more.
Switching from your current service provider to VoIP services is usually very easy as long as you already have an existing high speed internet connection with a modem or router to which you can connect your VoIP adapter.
Customers who are unfamiliar with VoIP services can actually try VOIPo in their own home for up to 30 days. If you are not happy with the quality of service you receive during that time period you can cancel your account and return your adapter for a full refund, less the cost of Shipping and Handling.
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1 ‘VOIPo.com’ Review
Almost no service for almost a month, daily apologies, can't even rollover calls to a working number. Customer support email and voice don't answer