Asterisk Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Asterisk

Open-source modular communication system

4.06/5 (17 reviews)

Asterisk Pricing

Starting from: $595.00

Pricing model: Open-source

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Pricing for Asterisk Support Services:

Single System (Level 1) – $595 per year
Single System (Level 2) – $1,995 per year
Multi-System (Level 3) – $3,995 per year
Multi-System (Level 4) - $7,995 per year

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Pricing Comparison

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Asterisk Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • Asterisk is so customizable as it is open sourced. Able to make as many extensions, queues, dial plans as you want. Cost is minimal as you only have to buy calling and phone numbers from an outside source.
Cons
  • System is limited to your knowledge or knowledge you can find online or in books. Can get very complex and you can get swamped if you don't know what you are doing.
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2 reviewers had the following to say about Asterisk's pricing:

Anonymous

Opensource and customizable

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-04-16
Review Source: GetApp

Asterisk is so customizable as it is open sourced. Able to make as many extensions, queues, dial plans as you want. Cost is minimal as you only have to buy calling and phone numbers from an outside source.

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Asterisk

Open-source modular communication system

Emil H

Good open source VOIP solution

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2017-04-20
Review Source: Capterra

If you want a good and free open source VOIP solution that you can manage in house, then Asterisk is a good choice. It can be easily installed (not upgraded however) and managed by IT system administrators. Is logic (queues, SIP opening and context for calling) is something that you will figure out quite quickly. You can even use multiple WAN ports and multiple SIP trunk operators with the same server so this is also an advantage. The biggest disadvantage is that if a new version comes out it is easier to do the fresh installation then rater to go and try to make an upgrade. Overall, as an open source system it is a great value for money.

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Asterisk

Open-source modular communication system