Talkroute: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
When it comes to choosing business phone systems, there are lots of different options out there – some excellent, and some pretty terrible. The best way to figure out which of the options out there are right for your business and which are better left on the shelf is to do your research thoroughly. With this Talkroute review, we’ll take an in-depth look at what Talkroute has to offer, as well as whether or not it’s the right choice for you and your business.
Talkroute is a virtual phone system that connects your cell phone to a landline number or other professional phone system. If you want to make your business seem professional while saving on costs, this could be the perfect solution for you. Talkroute can help you get set up quickly without having to fuss with messy wiring. All of the ports are plug-and-play, which means they work as soon as you plug them in.
As you may have guessed from my use of the words good, bad, and ugly, there are upsides and downsides to everything. While talkroute might seem like a viable solution for your business needs, it could potentially be more trouble than it’s worth if you are not able to fix the glitches that can come with talkroute.
– One of the worst things about talkroute is the monthly price which scales based on how many calls your company makes each month. Talkroute has been known to randomly block callers, meaning customers cannot get through unless they re-dial or call back. If this sounds familiar then talkroute might not be right for your business needs.
– On the other hand, Talkroute is really great at providing international calling capabilities at a low cost! Whether you’re trying to get in touch with clients overseas or are just looking for cheap rates while traveling abroad, Talkroute has plenty of options.
For any sort of customer-service heavy business, you can’t beat the price of Talkflare. I would recommend it to anyone who is working with a tight budget or needs an inexpensive alternative to traditional phone lines. I would not recommend it for any sort of job that requires secrecy or relies heavily on in-person communication – for those tasks the quality is just too low for most customers to get what they’re expecting.