Founded in 2012, Voiply is a low-cost business VoIP provider headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, offering a variety of features and a low-cost monthly price. Its focus is on hosted VoIP for small and mid-sized businesses rather than enterprise level companies. Clients can port an existing number or get local and toll-free numbers directly through Voiply.
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Voiply charges $15 per line, per month for the Business Pro package which includes unlimited U.S. and Canada calling.
Service is on a month-to-month basis, with no annual contracts. When you sign up, you pay for the first and last months of service.
As a bonus, there are no setup fees, cancelation fees, or shipping fees.
This VoIP service provider offers HD voice quality and more than 60 unified communications features, including the following:
*The Fax Package costs an additional $5 per month.
If users encounter any issues, customer service and tech support are available by phone and live chat on the Voiply website, which also features a large database of step-by-step walk-through articles.
Trying Voiply is 100 percent risk-free. Each customer’s order comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each line is eligible for a free Grandstream desk phone, but users can also opt for several different compatible phones available for sale on the Voiply marketplace with price points between $50 and $250.
If customers are interested in softphone applications, VoIP service is supported on the Grandstream Wave mobile app for Android and iOS devices. Voiply also provides a desktop software app for inbound and outbound calling from your computer or laptop.
Voiply doesn’t offer an international calling plan. International calls are charged at a low, per-minute rate, depending on the country. Some customers may be put off by a provider that doesn’t offer a rate plan with unlimited calls to other countries.