Cheap Calls with Axvoice to 35 Countries

3 Comments 14 January 2015

AxVoice is one of the growing VoIP service providers offering similar cheap calling plan like his competitors Allovi and Vonage. You can call over 35 destinations across the world in just $16.58 per moth. This is unlimited calling plan so you don’t even need to worry about your talk time duration. The cheapest offer will be only for the customer who subscribe one year plan else you have play $24.99 per month in spite of $16. 58 per month. Furthermore, if you like to subscribe annual plan and want to pay monthly than the charge will be $19.9 per month.

If you read the above paragraph properly then you will notice that the service is ain’t that much cheaper, you can find many comparatively service but if you pay a bulk amount for entire year or at lest subscribe for a year then it sound little cheaper. But always persuading cheap VoIP service will not going to satisfy you because the quality of service also matters a lot.

Following are the calling rate plan for AxVoice:

First Month

  • Monthly Recurring
  • Monthly Fee $16.58

One-Time Activation Fee
Free Taxes as applicable

BYOD Activation (if applicable)

  • Free Emergency 911
  • Cost Recovery $1.25
  • Hardware Cost Free

Shipping & Provisioning (if applicable) $19.99
Taxes as applicable

AxVoice Offer Destination List:
Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Christmas and Cocos Islands, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto, Rico, Russia, Singapore, South, Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, US Virgin Islands, Venezuela.

Conclusion: This service is not that much cheaper but if you go for yearly purchase and subscription then you can experience little cheaper rates.

Originally posted 2010-06-10 04:25:37.

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