SMBs Really Consider VoIP?
"[T]he business calling plans being offered by independent
SIP providers, like BroadVoice for instance, are fantastic. Small
and branch offices can be configured with phones like my lil
Linksys or the ZeXEL that Paul Sasquatch Venezia loves so much.
Now you're down to less than $20/mo/user with all the usual PBX
trimmings and more."
options on the market
"BroadVoice offers low prices and an easy-to-navigate site with easy-to-understand
billing... [Y]ou get free calls to 35 countries and
directory assistance and the small, light, travel-friendly adapter
takes up no more room than a couple packs of playing cards."
Ranked Best Internet Phone Service by Wired Magazine
"For people who keep homes in Manhattan, Paris, and Madrid
- or just know those who do - BroadVoice is the cheapest full-service
way to banter, parler, or hablar. It
offers unlimited calling in the US and to 20 other countries,
mostly in Europe, but also a smattering in Asia and the Americas,
plus Australia. You can add 14 more countries for an extra
$5 per month."
Named To 2005 “Pulver 100 List”
BroadVoice has, once
again, been named to the prestigious "pulver 100" list,
an annual listing of privately held growth companies that
represent the future of IP communications.
Tech: Enter the WiFi cellphone
"Calls sounded clear over the ZyXel handset, though I
couldn't wander too far away from the borders of the hotspot.
For my demo, calls connected through a paid service (BroadVoice at
$20 a month for Unlimited calls).... But it won't work with
other services, such as Skype or Vonage, that use proprietary
technology." - READ
Your Phone Bills With BroadVoice
BroadVoice saves you a bundle
calls—and it's dependable, to boot.
“BroadVoice's IP phone plans are
extremely attractive: Starting at $20 a month for the Unlimited*
World plan, you get all-you-can-eat calling to numbers within
the United States, Canada, and 21 countries around the world.
Those 21 countries include most western European nations
(Spain, France, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Austria, Norway,
and the UK, for instance), along with Australia, Chile, China,
Singapore, and Taiwan. All this for $20? What a bargain!"
"I tested BroadVoice's service and
was impressed with the easy installation and the quality
of the calls. Its telephony adapter/router combo--a small
box that's about the size of two decks of cards--can be hooked
up to your modem directly or to your existing router." - READ
More from PC WORLD: 02.23.05
"...Broadvoice has been at it for a while, and the company
offers one of the best international
dialing plans around." - READ
More from PC WORLD: 03.08.05
“BroadVoice's $20 Unlimited* World plan allows you to
call landline numbers in 21 countries,
including the U.S….”