Nettalk my 1 year of phone service review #sponsored



I received nettalk as a phone service provider last year when I switched to them and held a giveaway for them. Well, it’s been a year and here’s how I rate their service. This is a sponsored post. I received product for this post. It did not affect my opinion of the product or service.

Nettalk has given me reliable service ever since I got their equipment in June of last year. It was a smidge difficult to get started for me. But as soon as my dear husband got involved it was up and going in under an hour. The only problem I ever have with their service is that my computer shuts off occasionally and I don’t have service when my phone is off. LOL I have a very old computer that runs XP and there’s some setting in there that allows it to turn itself off.  Occasionally after I’ve been on the phone for over an hour and a half the call does sometimes drop. Consistently I’ve been able to make and receive calls and the call quality is fine. We’ve been happy with their service for a year and have no intention to switch to anything else. No phone bill every month makes me a happy mama! Thank you Nettalk!  


Some other important points about Nettalk. 

netTALK has been the dominant leader in the VoIP telecommunications industry over the last few years with:

· The netTALK DUO, the world’s first voice-over-IP (VoIP) device and digital phone service that didn’t require a computer to make or receive calls.

· The lowest cost, flat-rate international call plans in the industry.

· Live customer service and technical support.

· Nationwide number porting.YOU CAN KEEP YOUR OWN NUMBER!

· Free 411 Directory Assistance (U.S. only).

· Fax-friendly service

The price for their basic plan is free with the purchase of the equipment for one year. The next year their basic plan is $64.95 per year plus tax. That’s less than $6 a month for phone service. The basic plan gives you free US  and Canada calling. They also have a North American package (US, Mexico, Canada) and even International calling at low rates.

Why not cut the cord and get really good inexpensive home phone service from nettalk?

This is a sponsored post. I received either product or compensation for this post. It did not affect my opinion of the product or service.

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