What are the Differences Between VoIP Plans?

Last modified: September 25, 2022
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All of our Private Offices and Dedicated Desks already wired wired with VoIP phone and lines. There many benefits of this extra service like communication with other offices, with us, get notified when you have visitors, etc…

But the best part is you can convert these phones to a high-end corporate phone system that will look professional to your clients and also separate your personal life with your business with an extra number.

Some notes for the setup:

  • Every desk has ‘Default Plan’ when you first start if you did not request an upgrade.
  • Upgrade plans are pre desk/user;
    • If you have a single office you just need one of these,
    • If you have multiple desks you can get one the mail plans and get extra desk/user for the rest.
    • You do not have to do that, extra desks can still use “Default Plan” but they cannot use extra features listed below.
    • You can still forward incoming calls to them and hey can till communicate with main desk no matter.
  • “Default Plan” (each phone) comes with 100 min FREE calling to Canada/US numbers each month. Overages calculated with 6 sec pulses and it is still very cheap compared to plans from other providers.
  • If you do not want to worry about this you can upgrade your plan and pay monthly fixed fee.

Here is a chart where we compare our VoIP plans:

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