Telecom

Telecom2018-12-03T19:42:03+00:00

Telecom Solutions

FitTech Hosting offers one of the best mobile and landline phone services at the best price in the state of Wisconsin! Unlimited Minutes, Interactive Voice Response, limitless features, and oh, you can call people too.

Landline (VoIP)

$35month/line
  • No Limit On Your Minutes (Both U.S. & Canada)
  • No Long Distance Fees
  • Virtual Receptionist/IVR
  • Voicemail + Digital Voicemail
  • Ring Groups + Multi-Device Ring
Are there any contracts?2018-12-03T19:37:55+00:00

For PBX/VoIP/Landline Telecom services, we typically impose a 3-month, 6-month, or 1-year contract term depending on the specifics of our agreement with you and your company.

For our mobile services, the one-time activation fee we charge of $50 allows us to not have a contract length. You’re free to leave at any time. (Not that you’d want to though.)

How many “Lines” do I need?2018-12-03T01:22:46+00:00

“Phone Lines” has become a dated term describing physical wiring ran to a phone or a phone system. With our VoIP service, one data line is running to a phone, or to a wireless base station that allows for more functionality and less cabling.

However, in our pricing model, we refer to lines as the number of inbound/outbound calls that your company can handle at once. 3 Lines is equal to 3 concurrent calls. 

  • Conference Calls use one line per party
  • Calls transferred to an external number are using one phone line.

 

Can I keep my same number?2018-12-03T01:21:27+00:00

Transferring over your number to FitTech Hosting’s services is as simple as signing your name on the dotted line. Upon signing up, we will work along with your existing carrier to port your existing number over to our services.

Otherwise, if you want a new number, we can make that happen too!

FCC Notes:

  • Once you request service from a new company, your old company cannot refuse to port your number, even if you owe money for an outstanding balance or termination fee.

Mobile Phone Service

Our services on one of the most reliable networks in the United States. All plans include Unlimited Talk & Text.

Unlimited - T-Mobile

$60month/line

Unlimited - Verizon

$70month/line

Unlimited - Sprint

$44month/line

5GB - T-Mobile

$49month/line

5GB - Verizon

$53month/line
Are there any contracts?2018-12-03T19:37:55+00:00

For PBX/VoIP/Landline Telecom services, we typically impose a 3-month, 6-month, or 1-year contract term depending on the specifics of our agreement with you and your company.

For our mobile services, the one-time activation fee we charge of $50 allows us to not have a contract length. You’re free to leave at any time. (Not that you’d want to though.)

Can I already be on (T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint) and switch to you?2018-12-03T19:34:08+00:00

Yes. FHTelecom is providing you the service and you are a client of FHTelecom and not of the network partner you choose. The network partners are simply the towers that your phone will be connecting to.

Can I keep my same number?2018-12-03T01:21:27+00:00

Transferring over your number to FitTech Hosting’s services is as simple as signing your name on the dotted line. Upon signing up, we will work along with your existing carrier to port your existing number over to our services.

Otherwise, if you want a new number, we can make that happen too!

FCC Notes:

  • Once you request service from a new company, your old company cannot refuse to port your number, even if you owe money for an outstanding balance or termination fee.

Digital Faxing

Businesses in the modern-day receive few faxes, but having a fax line can come in handy at times. Competitors can be charging around $50 per line per month while FitTech offers digital faxing services for a per fax rate, plus a small monthly service fee. No equipment required.

Basic

$500*month
  • *$0.035/Page
  • eMail Notifications

Standard

$1000*monthly
  • *0.03/Page
  • eMail or SMS Notifications

Ready to get started?

Give our team a call at (844) 335-4678 or shoot an email over to [email protected]

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