Grasshopper vs RingCentral vs Switch

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Matt Safaii

I use OpenPhone for its simplicity, affordability, and powerful set of features. OpenPhone has allowed me to stop using my personal cell # for business and cut out all the noise. Features like call recording and being able to set business hours with automated replies have been very helpful. On top of that, the call quality is excellent. I have yet to experience a dropped call! The applications on iOS and Desktop are modern and everything just works. Daryna and the team at OpenPhone have done an amazing job and have a superfan in me and my company.

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          Video Conferencing is very buggy
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          Very Limited Use (Free)
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          Uses an old version of Zoom Video Conferencing
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          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.

          What is 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.

          What is Switch?

          Ring your mobile phone, computer, and desk phone at the same time. Answer calls and switch seamlessly between devices. Use your personal device with a business phone number so you're always reachable.

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