Based in Edmond, Oklahoma and with over 40 years of telecom industry experience, 1-VoIP is a leading voice over internet protocol (VoIP) service provider. With a wide range of residential and business services that include SIP trunking services for business owners.
Keep reading for pros and cons, plus reviews from real 1-VoIP customers.
1-Voip has three different residential VoIP plans, offering you barebone options with limited minutes, all the way up to unlimited international calling service. Here is a breakdown of your options:
Depending on the VoIP service plan, you can opt to sign an annual contract that will lower your annual costs, if desired.
VoIP service plans tend to range in price depending on the number of minutes, tools, users, and benefits. As a service provider, 1-VoIP offers a variety of calling plans with flexible month-to-month payments and a variety of usage options to cater to the needs of a range of customers. Business phone systems have the following options:
The company offers month-to-month, no contract options. The ability to try the product and cancel without a long-term contract is a great selling point.
The feature package of any VoIP company is essential. Offering 19+ business phone features ranging from cell phone forwarding to personal auto attendant, the features play a major role in creating a great experience for clients and customers while reaching out to the business. Both residential service and business plans come with 1-VoIP free premium features.
Some of these include:
Business class service features also include:
One-time activation fees are charged in your first month's bill. Residential lines have a one-time $14.95 activation fee. For 10 lines on the Corporate plan, the activation fee is almost $100, at $94.65. For 10 lines on the Professional calling plan, the activation fee is $169.40.
1-VoIP doesn't have its own SIP phones, softphone software or apps. So, you will have to either use a hard phone VoIP adapter, which they can provide and is included in some plans, a SIP phone from one of their partners (Cisco, Grandstream, Yealink, and Polycom), or use a computer or smartphone with a softphone app. Zoiper, a free softphone app for your computer, iOS or Android device, is pre-configured for 1-VoIP.
Using third-party equipment can be a good thing if the customer has already invested in SIP phones or you have a favorite mobile calling app. The one thing that you may need to keep in mind is that customer support may not be able to assist you if you aren't using a supported partner device.
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