Onesuite is mainly a prepaid long distance phone card company that added several features over the years. They got voip and fax features aside from the main phone card service.
Onesuite dived into VoIP scene early last year but its limited to their beta testers and some customers, I've been privilege to try their VoIP service and report bugs or what not whenever I encounter one. Early this year they officially launched SuiteAdvantage and will start charging $2.95 monthly for the service. Let me enumerate some of their feature I
1.Pay as you go - meaning I am not tied up in Onesuite VoIP and I can quit anytime not thinking about any unused
minutes or anything like that unlike other VoIP providers.
2. Online (real time) records access - I can check my balance, call records, transactions anytime and in real time.
3. Lower rates to some countries - regular Onesuite phone card service rates are one of the lowest in industry but if I choose to use their VoIP feature then I can get lower rates in some countries.
4. Voice mail feature - can be activated anytime, voice mail can be access online or by phone
5. Compatible with USB IP phone - So you can use a USB IP phone that it looks like your regular phone. Soon (an email from Onesuite support) SuiteAdvantage will be compatible with IP phone that doesn't require a