|I have been a fairly early adopter of VOIP offerings in the marketplace
having signed up with Vonage back in 2002. Most of my experience with
them has been good with the occaisional echo problems. I recently moved
to a new location and was very surprised with the International calling
plan that Time Warner cable offered me if I signed up for their Digital
phone service. I was spending over $50 making calls to India and with
Reliance, I would get about 500 minutes of talk time. Time Warner was
offering 3000, yes THREE THOUSAND minutes of calling time to India for
only $20. Of course I had to pay a higher cost for the unlimited long
distance calling ($40/month) but overall it works out cheaper. |
This was not a promotional offer or anything of that nature. So far the experience has been very good. I get through to Indian on the very first try. I have not head issues with echo or packet loss. There are no separate rates for land lines vs cell phones. At this point, I have nothing to complain. The cable modem/VOIP adapter has a built inbattery backup whichis great should you lose power or want to move things around.
Cancelling my service with Vonage was another challenge. They threw all kinds of freebies at my, 1 month free, 2 months free, 3 months free, 1 year unlimited at 14.95 a month.
Does anyone have any experiences with this?
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