Phone.com relaunched in September 2007 as a low-cost VOIP service. Via its Virtual Office and Home Phone products, the service targets small business owners and consumers. The starting price for both products is under $10 per month as the minimum price point, and the basic package includes necessary features like call waiting, voicemail, etc. The site hopes to offer other competitive features as its business grows.
Its next-generation Internet phone service is based on VoIP technology and all services are supported by a 24*7 customer support team.
For small business and home businesses (SOHO), Phone.com offers the Phone.com â€“ Virtual Office solution that lets you get a local or toll-free 800 numbers (including vanity numbers) for your business and manage them however you want. The virtual office service includes custom greetings, auto attendant, voicemail, Internet fax receiving, call transfer and many more features.
For a more personal use, Phone.com â€“ Virtual Number is is one local number that replaces all your phone numbers and finds you on any of your phones (home, work, cell or other) and keeps all your voicemails in one voicemail box. You can even transcribe your voicemail to text and read them from your email or phone.
Phone.com â€“ Home Phone Plus service is similar to existing VoIP phone services with unlimited long distance calls to anywhere in the U.S. or Canada and with International calling at no additional cost.
Phone.com competes directly with VOIP providers large and small.
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