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I need to hop off of Comcast and look for somewhere else to park my two phone numbers.
Does anyone have a good recommendation for a VOIP service that I can take my phone numbers to?
 

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Alot depends on your internet speed. If your connection is not good then the service will suck. I also use vonage and I have had very few issues with it. I got a deal on my house line-- <$15/month with taxes etc. That deal is forever. My business cost about $35/month
 

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Try Vonage.The online dashboard makes configuring your services a simple dreamy experience, and logs every call in and out.
 

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Try Vonage.The online dashboard makes configuring your services a simple dreamy experience, and logs every call in and out.
When I hooked my system all I did was plug in the vonage device and connect it to the phone and the computer via Lan
 

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With ringcentral and others, probably vonage too, you can have the number ring your cell and you don't even need any equipment connected, or internet service for that matter - the calls don't go over your internet / data service, they just ring as regular calls.
 

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Hey, I thought I was your only friend from NJ :censored::mad:
Actually you are, the other "friend is really my cousins husband... It was easier to say friend :thumbsup:
 

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When I hooked my system all I did was plug in the vonage device and connect it to the phone and the computer via Lan
Yup - and when you "staycation" you can take your router with you, plug in there, and continue on while nobody will know you're in a different State or country.
 
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