You can make your Anveo phone number ring up to 4 phones, simultaneously, when there is an incoming call. Have it ring you home, your cell phone, your cottage and even your homes in London, Paris or New York. This is a great option if you want to ‘stay in touch’, no matter where you are.
Configuring your Anveo phone number to ring up to 4 phone numbers, at the same time, is easy – just follow along below…
Anveo offers 2 monthly options for residential phone numbers. In addition, if you are an Obi user, they offer 2 annual residential plans. To understand the differences, read on…
How does a monthly residential phone bill of $3.33 USD sound to you?
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If you want to scrap your land line and just use the Internet for your phone calls, you need to ‘port’ (transfer) your home phone number from your existing phone company (Bell, Rogers, SaskTel etc) to a VoIP company, I chose Anveo.com. Here is how in went for me…
On the web, people often mention that the Anveo website is confusing or intimidating – this is because the Anveo product is targeted towards businesses who wish to replace their entire phone system with a VoIP solution with a hosted PBX that has a zillion features.
Anveo also offers a great residential product – the problem is that both the ‘simple residential product’ and the ‘fancy pants business product’ are offered through the same website!
This tutorial will show you how simple it really is to set up an Anveo account and an Internet phone number for residential use. Continue reading
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