Prices as flat as pancakes
Know the cost of your comms ahead of time with flat monthly prices for local landline calls instead of per-minute charges.Already know what you want? Contact sales
Simple pricing that works at any scale
Our pricing simulator gives an idea of which monthly package best suits your needs. Estimates are based on pricing for local landline numbers in the countries selected and assume even distribution of calls across countries.
Starterfrom: $500 / per month
Startups and small teams looking for affordable and flexible business communications.Contact sales
Growthfrom: $2500 / per month
Companies with larger usage that are taking their business to new territories.Contact sales
Scale Upfrom: $5000 / per month
Fully customizable. For enterprises with global operations and those whose business is communications.Contact sales
All packages include:
- Unlimited usage of local landline numbers, no per-minute fees!
- Access to mobile, national and toll-free numbers (usage fees apply)
- Shared call capacity across numbers in different countries
- High-quality voice and SMS services
- Access to Labs apps including Speech Analytics and Click to Call
- Full use of our APIs
Common Pricing Questions
Do you offer flat-rate or per-minute pricing?
We offer flat-rate pricing for local landline numbers instead of charging on a usage-based model. That means you know exactly how much you're spending each month ahead of time, so there won't be any nasty surprises in store. As your usage grows, our flat rates deliver even more bang for your buck compared to per-minute fees.
We can do this because we own our own number ranges and infrastructure. So we don't need to pass on escalating leasing costs to our best customers like some providers.
Do I get a discounted price if I buy more numbers?
Yes. The more you spend on numbers and concurrent call capacity, the bigger the discount we can offer you. Try out the pricing simulator above to see what sort of discounts we offer at each of our pricing levels for the countries where you're interested in taking your business with our phone numbers.
Why do I need to choose my max concurrent call capacity?
Call capacity is needed to ensure we can supply voice traffic to your phone numbers. Without it, you wouldn't receive any calls. It dictates the number of simultaneous calls you will be able to receive. The more capacity assigned to a number, the more concurrent calls. It's that simple.
Call capacity can be shared across numbers, even when they are located in different countries. This is how we ensure that you don't get stuck paying for dead air.
How many concurrent calls can my numbers carry?
As many as you like! Because we use SIP trunks to deliver voice services via our private infrastructure and the internet, we can send as much traffic to each number as you need. We've completely decoupled call capacity from our DID numbers, so you can share it across lines – even when they're situated in different countries. And you don't end up paying for dead air.
Are there additional monthly fees?
Aside from initial setup costs, flat monthly recurring fees are charged for each number and concurrent call channels. Additional services include extra fees, such as number porting, SMS, toll-free and Emergency Calling. See our list of add-ons above for all of these extras.
How long is the contract?
Our standard contract is 24 months in length. Together with our flat rates, it allows us to provide you with stable pricing and the ability to project your communication costs in a traditionally volatile marketspace.
Can I change packages during my contract?
We aim to be as flexible as possible in supporting the growth of your business with scalable business communications. It is possible to move up packages at any point and doing so will also secure bigger discounts on future purchases of numbers and channel capacity.
How long do I have to pay?
Our services are invoiced on a monthly basis. Purchases of new numbers and channel capacity will be included in your next invoice after the date that the transaction was made.