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Nextiva v s. Jive...which voip service is better for business?
I am relocating my business to my home and want to use VOIP. I have gotten quotes from several companies and all seem comparable. I am wondering which of these two has better call quality and reliability, as I am on the phones all day long and they are crucial. I have tried Vonage in the past and was very disappointed with the quality for business use. Thanks!
its getjive.com. The most important thing to me is call quality...no echoes, no lag...thats what i had with vonage.
I've tested both, along with over a dozen other VOIP solutions out there. I would select Jive based on both quality and custmer service, but only by a little. I'd say you picked the top 2 to compare and wouldn't really go wrong with either. You might want to look for authorized resellers in your area. The cost is the same and then you would have a local technical resource to rely on when needed. I believe both have agent programs.
Source(s):5 years ago
Jive ..................................better navigation applications.by MY PDA - 5 years ago
I'd say that for the price - nextiva is a great deal. It was easy to setup and my experience has been smooth. I have been happy.
Never heard of jive. Is it jive.com?
Source(s)by Pinhala@Yahoo - 5 years ago
Good move leaving Vonage. My time was them was horrible, I left them after three weeks. Having used Nextiva, Jive, and Packet 8, for a home office/small business, I would recommend Nextiva. Nextiva's pricing is better and that don't tack on extra fees for setup, usage, phone configuration, etc. - like Jive does. The quality of networks seem to be good with both companies. What got me to keep the service with Nextiva and not Jive or Packet 8 was ultimately their customer service. Super nice people and they know what they are doing. Plus it doesn't seem like they outsource. I favor Nextiva's flat rate pricing and would recommend them for your business.
Source(s)by JJohns - 5 years ago