RingCentral vs Vonage


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RingCentral
Complete cloud-based phone system for your business. Power your business with comprehensive outbound voice and fax. Your complete all-inclusive phone system. Easy to manage. Instant setup. Unlike most alternatives it provides HD video meetings. Optimize your business communications with enterprise-class voice, fax, text, mobile apps, call handling and BYOD capability. Your phone system seamlessly, integrates with Salesforce, Box, Dropbox, and Google Drive.
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Vonage
Vonage is a commercial voice over IP (VoIP) network and SIP company that provides telephone service via a broadband connection. If you’re looking for an ultra-basic phone system with standard VoIP features, you’ll be happy to know that each of Vonage Business Solutions small business phone solutions come loaded with dozens of standard and alternative features. We also offer plenty of other advanced features at no extra charge, but if you’re just looking for a phone solution with a reliable dial tone and some business-class applications, we’ve got you covered.
Comparing RingCentral vs Vonage is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Let's start with videos. We think that Vonage has better video than RingCentral



Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like Vonage has more user-friendly interface than RingCentral because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots


To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that RingCentral is more popular than Vonage

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- RingCentral allows to manage your calls, save money with VoIP (in 2007)
- Vonage to introduce the V-Phone (in 2006)
- VoIP firm Vonage tests routers for mobile service (in 2005)
- Vonage goes to the video (in 2004)
- Vonage cuts Net phoning prices (in 2004)
- Vonage drops Cisco VoIP adapter (in 2003)
- Free ride over for VoIP? (in 2003)
- Is VoIP ready for prime time? (in 2003)

Looks like Vonage was recently more active than RingCentral (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which RingCentral and Vonage meet head to head:

2007 - RingCentral allows to manage your calls, save money with VoIP to take on Vonage

The phone call management service called RingCentral is introducing a slew of VoIP plans called DigitalLine that give users the option to use VoIP instead of, or on top of their existing landlines. The new VoIP implementation is fairly straightforward. All incoming calls can be set to be received via VoIP, letting you receive and manage phone calls while away from your landline. You can also get various minute packages to use VoIP to make outgoing calls, including an all-you-can-eat plan of outgoing VoIP for around $25/month. In contrast to consumer VoIP services like Vonage, Skype, or Comcast"s DigitalVoice, RingCentral isn"t aiming at cheap outgoing long distance providers, as much as the multi-line business crowd who"s looking for a way to handle several lines without the hardware or staffing. Small business owners will love it, since you can set up a ridiculously extensive set of rules to handle incoming calls, or reroute them on the fly with a virtual phone call manager called SoftPhone.