Phone calls are getting through and the call quality is pretty clear. Service offers lots of features, which is more than I use. The service is much cheaper than my landline company.
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Lingo is a very unstable company that overcharges with fees and offers just basic phone service. Customer support is unreliable in terms of no knowledge of installation or setup was given. Call Quality tends to get choppy from time to time. If you have slow internet this is not recommended for you.
Ooma provided outstanding service and support when I got started with there home phone services. Call quality is clear and service is very reliable with many features. Setup and installation was the easiest part because support provided clear and understanding instructions unlike my previous provider.
I really like Phone Power and all its options. Couldn't even get that through the AT&T and especially Magic Jack which people should be weary of.
I'm saving over $60/mo! My AT&T bill for a single land line was over $72/mo. My two-year plan with PhonePower comes to $11.41/mo.
Huge savings, about $40-$50 a month. Setup was not that easy for me. I work from home on a VPN connection and with the adapter connected as preferred, I could log on to VPN but could not access certain functions like work email. with it hooked up from modem to router to adapter VPN worked great but the phone kept dropping off. Neither Phone Power techs or my company's IT were any help so I kept playing until I figured out that that adapter needed to be in switch mode instead of router mode. Since then everything has been working as advertised.
I was looking to lower my monthly home phone bill. After researching the various Voip providers, Phone Power came out on top. The equipment arrived quickly and setup was a snap. Features and call quality are phenomenal.
Excellent price, easy set up, numerous amazing features, great website... Especially love blocking telemarketers...Only hate and annoyed having to unplug to reset too often when no calls are getting through... Otherwise, very much satisfied and highly recommend over all other VOIP providers, especially COMCAST and VONAGE.
Admittedly, I was a bit hesitant to make the transition to VoIP but now I'm wishing I did years ago. With Callcentric I was able to use one of their Free NY DIDs to test the service at no cost My wife and I were so impressed we decided to port in our landline number of 20 years.
Today, my bill is around $12-$15 a month using their "Personal Unlimited" inbound service and Pay-Per use outbound. With their "Call Treatments" I am able to "block" unwanted callers and telemarketers.
Quality and reliability have been rock solid. Overall a great choice!
I have had this service for several years now and have had no problems with the service. I did have the modem go out after a couple of years but PhonePower replaced it quickly with a newer model. This service is much better that the wired line I have it has all the options with no extra charges while the wired line charges for every thing as an extra. I would recommend this service and I plan on continuing to use it.