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Virtual PBX 1-800 Number Service Review

Plan   Startup
Free Trial   30 days
Monthly Fee   $19.99
Annual Payment Discount   $9.99/month
Activation Fee   Free
Included Minutes   300
Overage Rate   $0.05
866, 877, 888 Number   Free
800 Number   $25 setup fee
Vanity Number   $25 setup fee
Port Numbers?   $25 setup fee
Keep Your Number?   Yes
Fax Compatibility   Yes
Voicemail   Yes
Phone System Features   Yes
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Plan Reviewed: Startup

Pros

  • Low cost per minute
  • 300 minutes included
  • 30 day free trial
  • Internet fax included for free
  • Conference call feature included for free
  • 866, 877, or 888 number included for free

Cons

  • $25 one-time fee to port your number over to Virtual PBX

Conclusion

Virtual PBX's VPBX-300 plan is a great value plan that gives you an 800 number and a lot of included minutes per month. The plan includes phone system features like an auto attendant and custom greetings.

Virtual PBX's VPBX-300 plan has a 30-day free trial and no setup fee. It also comes with an 855, 866, 877, or 888 number for free. True 800 toll-free numbers are also available for a one-time $25 fee. A pro of the VPBX-300 plan is that it comes with 300 included minutes, which is relatively a lot compared to the Market Standard of approximately 150 minutes. Another nice thing about Virtual PBX's plan is that you can use your 800 number to double as your fax number.