After having dealt with Vonage for two years, switching to TeleBlend's unlimited calling plan was a great experience. The number porting process was simple and quicker than they had said it would take. I was able to get 4 months of free phone service just by helping out my friends and referring them to switch to TeleBlend as well. One friend switched to their international calling plan for $25 which he said is extremely cheap for the amount of calling he does. Even with the most basic plans TeleBlend offers free voicemail and other premium features as well as $5 of free international calling every month! I use it a lot as my small home business phone and it's great that I can block calls, forward calls to myself or someone else wherever I am as well as monitor voicemails as they come in. I can even take my gizmo with me on business trips and call from the same unit anywhere there is an internet connection. The service has a very simple setup process. Basically you connect one wire on the adapter to your internet source and then plug your phone into the adapter and you are all set. I was also very impressed with the high call quality and was not sure if there would be call quality issues because I was not familiar with the VoIP phone service platform. The quality was much higher than what I was used to, doing most of my calling via my cell phone. Another great perk with TeleBlend is the fact that it is so cheap compared to the more expensive cell phone services and even the much higher priced traditional telephone services such as Verizon, AT&T as well as other VoIP providers such as Vonage, Comcast, and Time Warner. $15.95 for unlimited calling to the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico with an additional $5 international calling credit and free voicemail and features really makes this the cheapest phone service out there.
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I was surfing the web looking for a possible better rate or deal on a VOIP phone service and ran across Teleblend. Teleblend was offering a phone service package for $99.00 per year. Yes, that's right! Per year! Since I have been paying $90.00 per month to Verizon, I had to call and check this out.
I called Teleblend and spoke with a rep (who was very helpful) and I was provided all the information I needed. As long as I have a good internet connection, I can use this service, and get phone service for a full year for under $100.00 If that wasn't good enough, listen to this. Teleblend also offers free international calling to more than 47 countries for only $24.99 per month, or for $15.95 per month get unlimited calling to the US and Canada. What a great deal! A friend of mine told me that Vonage offers most of these features too, so I called them to see what they have to offer. Vonage's rate and offers are not as good as what Teleblend has to offer. Vonage advertises they offer unlimited international calling, when that is not the case "they have a cap on their minutes" Teleblend does not!
I decided that I wanted to try Teleblend's services, so I went to their web site to sign up. In doing this, I noticed that the process was really easy, plus Teleblend gave me the option to port my current number from Verizon. I loved that! I got my conformation email quickly and was really excited to try out my new service, that included unlimited calling to the US & Canada. It took about 4-5 days for me to get my welcome kite and manual. The set up was really easy and all I had to do is connect one cable to my internet modem. It was simple! Once I got my new device connected, I made my first call to my grandmother in New York. I was so amazed! The clarity of the call was so clear and crisp. There was absolutely no static and I could hear grandma perfectly! After calling grandma, I made a few more call to other relatives in other sates, every call was the same. So clear and static free! I am so happy I decided to switch to Teleblend.
When I though it couldn't get any better, I logged into the member portal and got another surprise. There were tons of options to choose from. I can forward calls from my home to my cell, block calls from unwanted caller, block International calls, turn off my caller id, get an email when I get a new voice mail and many other options. Everyone should check them out.