Of course. Tried Montreal, New York and Tempa (worst ping) servers. And then they had problems with the Toronto servers and everyone got switched to Tempa. International calls were choppy, breaking up and no audio to other party occasionally. It's not consistent. But don't get me wrong their service is good.
It looks like Anveo is cheaper if you don't have sub accounts. With cheaper $0.8 E911 fee (half the price of others and don't know how they make it because last time I was told by voip.ms that they don't make money out of it) and Personal Unlimited $2 plan I can have unlimited incoming and pay per call for outbound calls. Mind you voip.ms is charging in 6s increment as opposed to Anveo's one min. However Anveo still cheaper with unlimited incoming calls. voip.ms has incoming call on top of DID charges. So all in all I guess it's worth to try out Anveo with their free port in number promotion.mfrania wrote: ↑Mar 1st, 2013 1:48 pmI've been testing VoIP.ms for a while now and so far my experience has been similar to yours. The feature set is great and the local calls are fine but I get a mediocre performance at best on international calls. Now I'm looking at Anveo as well but I can't figure out their pricing. Can I just get a "Personal Unlimited" number for $2.00 and then pay whatever I use in outbound calls? What are the "Flexible Subscription Packages" (found under the "Plans & Pricing" tab) and do I need one? Any help would be appreciated. TIA.
What you were describing was to the FREE flexible subscription packages with Personal Unlimited and you will get a year of unlimited inbound calls for $24 (prepaid for a year with free port in).