Overview

This article covers frequently asked questions about Spoke Phone pricing.

Contents include:

How does pricing work?

There are three user licenses: basic, standard, and pro. See the pricing page for more information.

What features are included in each user license?

Check the pricing page for the latest pricing details and what features and service levels are included under each license.

What modes of payment are accepted?

At this stage, the only mode of payment for a Spoke Phone subscription is by using a valid credit card. We do not accept any other modes of payment such as direct debit, bank transfer, etc.

Do you offer pricing for nonprofits and charities?

Yes. Officially registered charities and nonprofits are able to purchase Spoke Phone on a month-to-month basis with no-contract, at a significant discount. Please contact us for more information.

Can I bring my own call plan from another carrier? 

Yes, you can. Spoke Phone's "bring your own carrier (BYOC) trunking", or BYOC trunking for voice, allows you to use your existing PSTN voice carrier partner(s), keep your phone numbers with that carrier, and add Spoke Phone capabilities to those calls/numbers. BYOC trunking lets you control your voice connectivity while unlocking Spoke Phone's next-generation mobility, compliance, and productivity.

Porting is not a barrier when moving to Spoke Phone. You can choose to keep your existing carriers, numbers, and continue to use your existing infrastructure. 

BYOC trunking is available to all accounts with more than 10 users. Talk to your sales executive.

What else might I pay for?

In addition to your licenses and calls, you may pay for:

  • Additional phone numbers that you host on Spoke Phone
  • Inbound calls to a free-phone number
  • Outbound calls to some shared-service numbers in some countries (e.g. Calling 1300 numbers in Australia from Spoke Phone)
  • Porting your phone numbers to Spoke Phone
  • Carrier calling charges

Are there extra charges for using carrier calling mode?

If some of your users are operating in poor Wi-Fi or cellular data reception areas, they may need to use Spoke Phone in carrier calling mode. Carrier calling mode delivers calls using the carrier cellular network instead of using Wi-Fi or mobile data. You pay for the cost to send calls over the carrier cellular network.

Contact centers and high call-volume customers

If you operate a high-volume contact center or otherwise are a high call-volume customer, you may be subject to a surcharge of 2 cents per minute over and above your calling cost charges.

Prohibited use customers

Using Spoke Phone in the following ways is strictly prohibited:

  • Robo-dialing.
  • High volume outbound telemarketing.
  • Solicitation, trunking, or forwarding your Spoke Phone number to another phone number capable of handling multiple simultaneous calls, or to a private branch exchange (PBX) or a key system.
  • Spamming or blasting (e.g., sending bulk and/or junk voicemail simultaneously).
  • Bulk call-in lines (e.g., customer support or sales call centers not provided by Spoke Phone, “hotlines”, 900 numbers, sports-line numbers, etc.).
  • Auto-dialing or “predictive” dialing (i.e., non-manual dialing or using a software program or other means to continuously dial or place outbound calls).

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