Update Oct 2009 – It’s been just over a month now since my office switched to a 4-line system from Ring Central. After some setup issues, which were resolved quickly with a call to customer service, I could not be happier with our system.
I think the biggest difference between Ring Central and our old Vonage lines is just the call quality. I’ve yet to have a call drop with Ring Central, or a comment from someone on the end of the line saying they couldn’t understand what I was saying. That happened all the time with Vonage. I was honestly scared to do any important calls on the Vonage lines for fear of them dropping.
Our 4-line system is $99/month plus taxes. I also purchased 4 the Linksys IP Phone SPA942 for the system. The phones are a good build, heavy and well constructed.
Almost too many options
Ring Central’s website to manage all your settings is a bit overwhelming. There are just so many customization options, it’s a bit un-friendly. That being said, for a power users, spend a few hours figuring out all the settings, and you’d have a sweet setup.
As a Vonage customer for nearly three years, looking into Ring Central has hands down made me seriously consider dropping Vonage in favor of Ring Central.
I currently pay like $130 a month for 2 unlimited lines plus a fax line with Vonage.
For $99 a month I can get FOUR lines and a fax line at Ring Central.
It’s time for me to switch.
With my business about to expand even more, 4 lines would be perfect. Their virtual pbx system will allow me to portray a more professional image to my business.
I’ll be switching to Ring Central in a few months.
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