eVoice Review: Virtual Phones
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eVoice may be a bit pricier than comparable companies in the virtual phone system space, but the call quality and additional features justifies this pricing strategy. Not to be overlooked are the free trial options that come with each package.
This company is part of the J2 Global Communications family of companies that also includes eFax (an online fax service). eVoice has set itself apart in this space with a very easy-to-use interface that includes a deep feature set. The call quality is comparable to those of other leaders in this space and the iPhone app integration is nice bonus.
eVoice wants you to try their product and packages before you buy, this combined with these extra features, makes eVoice a good option:
- 6 month free trial option
- 24 hour customer support
- Toll free and local number options
- Vanity number support
- 1-800 number support
- Option to transfer your existing number
- Voicemail-to-text service
- Built-in support for call conferencing
- Fax support
eVoice offers three pricing options: $12.95/month includes two phone extensions and 300 minutes with a trial which lasts either 6 months, 1000 minutes, or 60 voice-to-text messages; $19.95/month includes three phone extensions and 500 minutes with a free 30-day trial option; $29.95/month includes five phone extensions and 1000 minutes with a free 30-day free trial option.
Fees for additional minutes vary between packages from 5.9 cents, 4.9 cents and 3.9 cents.
Stability and confidence are what you get with eVoice. A leader in the technology space backs the company so you can be confident that your dollars will not disappear along with the company. Yes, the prices are a bit high but the free trial options and the call conferencing option really sets eVoice apart from others in this market space.