With the increase in the number of businesses shifting their interests towards hosted and cloud-based VoIP services, the market is flooded with a plethora of options. With each service provider claiming to the biggest, the best or, simply, the cheapest in the business, choosing an ideal name might be a daunting task for you. It becomes significant to weigh each and every aspect of the service provider, and hire a suitable one matching your business needs and requirements. Out of a whole lot of service providers, Vocalocity and Nextiva are companies that cater to the calling needs of small businesses, and are very likely two names currently on your shortlist. Let’s take a look at how both providers compare to each other in this side-by-side comparison.
Vocalocity is known to be one of the leading innovators in the integrated VoIP industry. The company aims at delivering the best services to customers in terms of value, technology, reliability, and productivity. On the other hand, Nextiva is the leading cloud-based business virtual phone systems provider, with over thousands of small, medium, and large businesses in its customer lists that are spread over 85 different markets all over the country. It is understandable that you might face difficulties in making a choice between the two.
Plan All the Way
Vocalocity provides services to small businesses at a monthly cost of $14.99/extension. The company offers two plans at the same rate. One is the metered extensions, which is a pay-per-minute plan, and the other is the virtual extensions plan, which mainly serves those who do not need an office phone and want integrations to cell phones. Nextiva has quite a wide range of plans for businesses as well as call centers, starting from $19.95/month to $69.95/month, mainly depending on the types of services included.
Free Trial and Money Back
Both the service providers neither provide free trials nor provide a money-back guarantee. However, there is a buzz around the market that Nextiva is looking forward to introducing both these features on-board. Well, until then, it is just another rumor.
Paperless Fax Options
Vocalocity provides a paperless fax service at a cost of $15 per month. The offer gets further exciting as there is no limit on the number of pages. Yes, you heard it right; it’s unlimited. On the other hand, Nextiva plans start from $4.95 per month for 500 pages, $12.95 per month for 1000 pages, and $29.95 per month for 3000 pages.
It is all up to you as to which service provider you want to pick, while keeping in mind your business needs and wants.
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