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Master Geek

# 165733 18-Feb-2015 16:51
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I just wondered what people's opinions were on one over the other? Go800 are certainly cheaper for an 0800 number, but WXC just somehow strike me as more professional. anyone had dealing with both?

Thanks for any tips!   :)

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Uber Geek

  # 1241811 18-Feb-2015 17:00
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I would be surprised if Go800 lasted long with pricing like that.

2Talk or WxC would be my pick. Both tryed and true and have great track records.

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Master Geek

  # 1241815 18-Feb-2015 17:06
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Go800 is a 2talk (sub?)company though...


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Uber Geek

  # 1241859 18-Feb-2015 18:22
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woodson: Go800 is a 2talk (sub?)company though...

Oh right. I thought it was just a reseller hence being surprised by the pricing. Can't hurt to give them a go. You can always port your number away if you don't like them. 

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