Replace your Bell/Rogers/Telus home phone with VoIP.ms to save hundreds of $$$ each year
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It doesn’t matter if the Black Friday promotion is over. It’s ALWAYS a Hot Deal because what counts is if you finally make the move.
It will be the most money you ever save because of RFD!
How much will you pay this year to Bell, Rogers, Telus, Vidéotron, etc. for your land line if you DON'T make the move?
And next year...
And the year after...
Until you die!
Get rid of your $40, $50, $60 (and more) Bell, Rogers or Telus monthly home phone bill.
As long as you have a good Internet connection (5 Mbps is plenty - stability is more important than speed), you can't tell the difference between an old traditional land line and VoIP.ms
If you have been thinking about it for a while, now is the time to make the move.
I've been a VoIP.ms customer for the last 10 years and I couldn't be happier.
It's no-contract, pay as you go. VoIP.ms operates in USD.
Pay Per Minute Plans from $0.85/month | Incoming Calls $0.009/minute | Outgoing Calls $0.005/minute
Unlimited Plans from $4.25/month | Incoming Calls $0/minute | Outgoing Calls $0.005/minute
e911 ($1.50 per month) is optional.
Depending on your usage, the VoIP.ms cost will be between $1 and $7 or $8 PER MONTH!
All you need is an ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter) to plug your current phone into. Check the thread summary for suggestions.
VoIP.ms offer a referral program.
Once you are a subscriber, you get an invite link that you can share with someone to use when they join VoIP.ms
When that person funds their account, you and your friend will get a $10 credit.
That's a $10 USD credit each!
If you don't have someone's promotional code (referral), GET ONE BEFORE OPENING an account.
DO NOT POST OR ASK FOR A REFERRAL CODE IN THIS THREAD.
THAT'S AGAINST RFD RULES.
Check the advantageous long distance rates at voip.ms
VoIP.ms has been around for over a decade and has more features included than you will ever need.
They have 10 servers in Montreal, 10 in Toronto, 3 in Vancouver, over 40 in the US and one in Amsterdam, London, Paris and Sydney.
The Head Office is in Terrebonne, Québec.
My last Bell bills in 2010 were in the mid forties.
Think of inflation and do the math.
My VoIP.ms total bill for the last ten years is under $800 CAD all included.
That's 6 to 7 dollars per month.
So I saved something like 4-5 thousand dollars over 10 years.
It depends on your usage and what features you are paying Bell, Rogers or Telus at the moment you make the switch.
You don't need to be a "tech nerd".
Just willing to read a little as there are plenty of wikis and documentation on the Web.
Granted, it's not plug and play like Ooma but it's not complicated and cheaper.