VoIP Unlimited Services
As the VoIP service provider space becomes more and more crowded, you are going to see more and more creative pricing schemes. For instance, Greg Galitzine sent me an email with a press release stating that RNKVoIP would be rollin
VoIP Unlimited Services
As the VoIP service provider space becomes more and more crowded, you are going to see more and more creative pricing schemes. For instance, Greg Galitzine sent me an email with a press release stating that RNKVoIP would be rolling out "Phone for Life" that would allow consumers to pay a one-time fee of $999 for a lifetime of unlimited VoIP phone service. Yeah, you read that correctly.
Let's put that $999 in perspective. Assuming most VoIP service providers charge $22/month (this is just an estimate, Vonage currently charges $25/month) it would take 3.78 years to reach the point where you would "break even" with the current "unlimited monthly" VoIP offerings. And that $22/month is a static number - no doubt it will steadily, so it could take 4,5,6 years or longer to reach the point where essentially your phone line becomes "free" for as long as you live.
VoIP Unlimited Covad offers Covad unveiled that customers using its PBXi and PBXi Plus business-class Voice over IP (VoIP) offerings will now have unlimited domestic monthly minutes. I wanted to blog about this yesterday, but wanted more information. I asked Covad more specifics about their pricing plan via email and they wanted to schedule a conference call to discuss, but I'm pretty busy this week, so I'll just tell you what I do know.
First, technically it's not truly "unlimited" since it is capped at 101,000 minutes per site per month. That equates to about 56 hours per day of talk time. Assuming 50 employees with an average talk-time of 1 hour per day, you'll be under the quota with 50 hours total talk time.
VoIP Unlimited Skype Sells Skype, the global Internet communications company, is now offering U.S. and Canadian consumers the new Skype Unlimited Calling plan, a paid annual subscription service that allows registered users to make 12 months of unlimited SkypeOut? calls to any phone within the U.S. and Canada. This is the first time that Skype is making an annual subscription calling plan available anywhere in the world.
Skype allows its users to make great quality voice and video calls over the Internet. In addition, Skype can be used to share files, send instant messages, conduct conference calls, and more. The Skype Unlimited Calling plan is available for a flat rate of $29.95 per year. People who sign up for the new plan before January 31, 2007 will receive a special discounted introductory rate of $14.95 per year-
50 percent off the regular price.
VoIP Unlimited Calling Plan Skype introduced today a new annual, paid subscription Unlimited VoIP Calling plan. This is the first time that Skype is giving its users the opportunity to sign up for a whole year of unlimited SkypeOut calling to any phone within the U.S. and Canada for less than $15.
The new Skype Unlimited Calling Plan is an affordable option that will save consumers and small businesses hundreds of dollars compared to high rates charged by traditional phone companies,? said Don Albert, VP & general manager for Skype North America in a statement about today?s launch. ?We want to give Skype customers convenient options of choosing either an unlimited calling plan with a flat annual rate and or staying with our standard pay-per-minute
VoIP Unlimited Local and Long
Want to enjoy unlimited local and long distance calls then OPEX Communications has introduced a plan called OPEX Click-2-Dial which enables you to enjoy unlimited local and long distance calls. It costs just $9.99 per month. Irrespective of whether you have a dial up
connection or cable internet or DSL everybody can enjoy this offer. There is no requirement for any hardware or broadband internet connection. All you need to do is log on to their site http://www.opexclick2dial.com/ and register yourself. After that just log in with your user name and password and start making calls instantly.
VoIP Unlimited Complaint Calling
I switched to Internet phone about six months ago. After some research I found only one company that offered a local phone number for me here in Oregon and that was
VOIP.com. I signed up for their Residential Unlimited Monthly account that advertises unlimited calling.
Things have been working quite well and other than an occasional dropped call and garble no problems. However a month ago I received an email from VOIP.com stating that it appeared I was using the phone for business and they were going to change my account to a business account that, of course, would cost more money. After communicating with them I determined their evaluation was based only on the amount of usage. It seems my unlimited calling account has a limit.