What is the pricing of AXVoice VoIP service?

By: Cristina | Last updated November 12, 2019
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If you are tired of huge phone bills every time you have to make a long-distance call or you run a business in which phone calls are a daily practice, you have to seriously consider switching from landlines to VoIP.

Voice over the Internet Protocol is a modern communication technology that uses the internet instead of the regular telephony to make and receive calls. The way VoIP works is by sending digital packets of data over the internet to the recipient. The analog signal has to be converted to digital before this data transfer is made and then converted back to analog once it reaches its destination.

Why go with VoIP?

VoIP has become a very popular technology over the years and it’s managed to replace conventional telephony in more and more settings all over the world. There are several reasons why people are attracted to VoIP, but its biggest selling point is convenience and cost cutting. Thanks to the fact that everything happens online and not through high-maintenance and expensive landlines, your phone bill will be significantly be reduced. Long-distance calls won’t cost that much anymore and neither will your equipment.

VoIP can work with or without VoIP phones. You can also use a softphone (a specialized software that you have to install on your device and it will allow you to make VoIP calls) and reduce your hardware to just a computer (laptop, tablet or smartphone) and a headset. And, of course, you will need access to the internet.

VoIP is also more flexible and can be used from any location in the world.

AXVoice VoIP

AXVoice is a great choice if you are looking for a reputable VoIP provider that has a lot to offer. This company operates in both US and Canada and offers VoIP services to individuals and businesses as well. There is a generous number of plans you can opt for and we are going to detail them for you below.

What is the pricing of AXVoice?

AXVoice offers Residential VoIP and Business VoIP services.

Their residential plans are: US/Canada Unlimited, US/Canada 200 and Pay As You Go.

US/Canada Unlimited is priced at $8.25 per month and includes unlimited VoIP calls anywhere within the United States and Canada.

US/Canada 200 is priced at $5.99 per month and includes 200 minutes anywhere within the United States and Canada. Incoming calls are free.

Pay As You Go has a price of only $4.99 per month and you will pay 1.5 cents per minute for calls anywhere within the United States and Canada.

The business plans are: Small Business and Home Office Plan (SOHO).

Small Business is priced at $29.99 per month and includes 1,500 minutes anywhere in the United States and Canada.

Home Office (SOHO) is priced at $14.99 per month and includes 200 minutes anywhere in the United States and Canada.

In addition to these residential and business plans, AXVoice also offers international VoIP calling, which is a very attractive feature to have in a VoIP service.

There are two international plans available: Residential International and Residential International Plus.

Residential International is priced at $16.58 per month and includes unlimited VoIP calls to more than 45 international destinations.

Residential International Plus is a bit more expensive and has a price of $29.99 per month. In this price you get unlimited calls to over 60 international destinations.

AXVoice also has some optional features to offer: virtual and toll-free numbers.

Virtual numbers (from any area code) can be purchased for $3.99 per month.

Toll-free numbers have nationwide coverage within both the United States and Canada and cost: $3.99 per month, 4.99 cents per minute US coverage and $5.99 per month, 4.99 cents per minute US and Canada coverage.

Features

As for the VoIP features included by AXVoice, you don’t get video conferencing, but you get all the basic features you look for in a VoIP service and some advanced features as well:

  • Caller ID
  • Call waiting
  • Call filter
  • Do not disturb
  • Music on hold
  • Three-way calling
  • Blacklist
  • Enhanced voicemail
  • Softphone support and more
By: Cristina | Last updated November 12, 2019