$3.30 Per Month Home Phone Plan?

August 14th, 2013 Posted in Internet |Technology, Life|Money Smart Tips

VOIP Home Phone Offers Incredible Savings

VOIP Home Phone Offers Incredible Savings

Is it possible to have a home phone service from $3.30 to $4.95 per month in Canada? If you think of a home phone literally connected by wire to the phone companies such Bell or Rogers, it is impossible to have a phone service that cheap. Actually, a basic home phone service from Bell or Rogers with almost no features will cost you around $30 to $40 per month. However, if you consider VOIP home phone just like a regular home phone, then yes, it is possible to have a home phone service with lots of features at the price I mentioned above.

VOIP home phone uses your existing Internet connection to offer you cheap home phone with the same voice quality and much more features than a traditional home phone at a fraction of the cost. There are many VOIP home phone service providers in Canada these days. However, these three providers are worth considering in terms of value, quality, and abundant features.

Nettalk – Basic plan costs only $3.30 per month with many features and 3000 minutes per month. First year is free with purchase of the VOIP device, also known as the adaptor.

Ooma – Basic plan costs only $3.98 per month and comes with 21 features and 5000 minutes. Want 44 features that you never thought even existed? It will cost you $9.99 per month.

Fongo – Unlimited minutes and 11 premium features cost $4.95 per month.

For any VOIP home phone services, initially you need to purchase an adaptor that would cost somewhere between $50 to $150 depending on the provider. And also, you need to have Internet service at home. Nowadays, I have seen many homes without a home phone, but I haven’t any homes without Internet. It is time to get more out of your Internet by having a VOIP home phone and stop paying unnecessarily for a traditional home phone.

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  1. One Response to “$3.30 Per Month Home Phone Plan?”

  2. By MikeO3 on Aug 31, 2013

    VOIP is all fine & dandy until the internet connection is down for any length of time or you have a power failure. My internet service was interrupted and it took Rogers 48 hours to come to my house.

    Both these scenarios are not good if you work from home 90% of the time. Saving money is one thing but if it interrupts you making money then the savings gained just don’t add up.

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