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    Hey there

    I'm in the process of setting up my first US based business and I am looking for a hosted VOIP solution provider.

    My main requirements are:
    - call quality
    - soft phone & desk phone options
    - app for iPhone/iPad
    - ability to have an inbound toll free numbers as well as geographic numbers
    - call routing/forwarding options

    My nice to haves are:
    - ability to port an international number to the service as well would be excellent for some existing contacts
    - ability to record calls (either all or selectively)

    Obviously cost is a factor but isn't my priority when selecting a system.

    Thank you for your help guys!

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    I have used and recommend Dialpad (used to be Switch.co).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Altenhofel View Post
    I have used and recommend Dialpad (used to be Switch.co).
    Thank you - I'll look into them.

    Any other recommendations anyone?

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    I will recommend you to consider CallHippo Hosted phone system

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgmidget View Post
    Hey there

    I'm in the process of setting up my first US based business and I am looking for a hosted VOIP solution provider.

    My main requirements are:
    - call quality
    - soft phone & desk phone options
    - app for iPhone/iPad
    - ability to have an inbound toll free numbers as well as geographic numbers
    - call routing/forwarding options

    My nice to haves are:
    - ability to port an international number to the service as well would be excellent for some existing contacts
    - ability to record calls (either all or selectively)

    Obviously cost is a factor but isn't my priority when selecting a system.

    Thank you for your help guys!
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