Aircall vs Grasshopper

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Aircall vs Grasshopper: What are the differences?

Aircall: The phone system for modern business. Aircall is an app that you can install and setup in a few minutes. It lets you buy one or several phone numbers across the world, add teammates to your dashboard, and place & receive calls on your existing devices. Everything is managed inside the Aircall app; Grasshopper: The entrepreneur’s phone system. Sound more professional and stay connected with Grasshopper, the Virtual Phone System designed for entrepreneurs. Grasshopper works just like a traditional phone system, but requires no hardware to purchase or software to install.

Aircall and Grasshopper can be categorized as "Phone" tools.

Some of the features offered by Aircall are:

  • Instant phone numbers
  • custom music and messages
  • opening hours

On the other hand, Grasshopper provides the following key features:

  • Toll Free or Local Number - local or national presence
  • Unlimited Extensions - for departments & employees
  • Call forwarding to mobile phones - work from anywhere
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    What is Aircall?

    Aircall is an app that you can install and setup in a few minutes. It lets you buy one or several phone numbers across the world, add teammates to your dashboard, and place & receive calls on your existing devices. Everything is managed inside the Aircall app.

    What is Grasshopper?

    Sound more professional and stay connected with Grasshopper, the Virtual Phone System designed for entrepreneurs. Grasshopper works just like a traditional phone system, but requires no hardware to purchase or software to install.

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      What are some alternatives to Aircall and Grasshopper?
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      Easy-to-use, cloud-based call center software that helps growing businesses provide excellent customer service. One-click integrations with Salesforce, Zendesk, Desk.com and many others. No phones, hardware, downloads or coding required.
      RingCentral
      Since RingCentral is cloud based, you enjoy the freedom to connect and manage multiple locations, devices and workers within your cloud phone system. You can easily customize users, departments, and call handling rules. No matter where you, or the users, are. You only need a high-speed Internet connection and your phone system is ready to work lightning fast, anytime and anyplace. There’s no PBX hardware.
      Dialpad
      It is a pure-cloud business communication platform that's in tune with the way your team works . Connect your team with a business communication platform that powers voice, video, messages, and meetings across your existing devices.
      Twilio
      Twilio offers developers a powerful API for phone services to make and receive phone calls, and send and receive text messages. Their product allows programmers to more easily integrate various communication methods into their software and programs.
      WhatsApp
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