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Grasshopper VS Evoice VS Google Voice VS Line2 VS Mightycall
and how to know which is right for you when comparing them to business voip reviews, including:
Ringcentral VS Phone.com VS 8×8 VS Kall8 VS Nextiva VS Vonage
Need a cheap business line on your cell?
Use Grasshopper to add a business line to your cell for less than $15 bucks a month!
– Help you sound more professional
– Run your business from anywhere
– Separate personal and business life
Want to have the flexibility of an office desk phone, without all the expense of traditional landline service?
Use Phone.com to get a virtual business line that you can add a landline phone to later on anytime!
How To Choose The Right Virtual Business Phone Service For You
If you watched the video above, you’ll see that main two difference between the providers, are the system capabilities and how you intend to use them. If you just want a business line added to your cell phone on the cheap, go with a number forwarding service like we talked about. There are a whole bunch of them out there like Evoice, Mightycall, Line2, Kall8, etc… But I personally prefer the Cisco backed Grasshopper. For $12 bucks a month, you get everything you need, including the smartphone app that works on apple iphones and adroid smartphones.
How Do I Get A Landline Phone On A VOIP Service?
Looking for a little bit more oomph in your business phone plan? There are several virtual business phone services that will let you do the same smartphone funcationality as we talked about above, but ALSO let you add a landline phone to your desktop to you can take and make calls without having to use a cell phone all day. There are several good services out there that do this, including Nextiva, 8×8, Vonage, Ooma, Obi for Google Voice, RingCentral, and more. Personally, I prefer Phone.com for this, since their base plan is cheaper than everything else on the market, and the platform itself is better with good call quality.