BroadVoice Editorial Review
BroadVoice provides VoIP internet calling for both businesses and residences. For businesses, BroadVoice will set up each phone before the hardware even arrives. The system arrives preconfigured and tested. Average users can expect to get their office completely set up and ready to go in under an hour. BroadVoice’s innovative packages
Unlimited In-State Calling
BroadVoice offers unlimited calling to any state of the customer’s choosing for the low price of $9.95 a month. If the user needs to make calls outside of the state, calls are just 3.9 cents per minute. The best part about this plan is the ability to notice how much money you are saving by using the service, as compared the users current or previous provider.
BroadVoice has multiple packages available to keep users in touch with their family and friends. They offer unlimited USA plans, as well as a few unlimited global plans. This way, users can contact as many clients or family and friends they choose too and not have to worry about going over their allotted minutes.
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) plan allows customers to use their own phone adapter of their choice and not pay for a new one.
The unlimited world package begins at $24.95 per month. With the shipping and handling of the adapter needs for the service the first month of BroadVoice will cost $45.77. Once the first month is completed, the every month price will drop to just about $31. This low monthly price will allow users to call up to 75 different countries and 26 mobile areas that include the United States.
If clients upgrade to the unlimited world premium package, the rate is only about $30 more per month and customers will be able to call up to 87 different countries.
Every plan will come standard with 25 additional enhancements. These include anonymous call rejection, call forwarding, call transfer, do not disturb, amongst others.