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The Top 5 Best SIP Providers of 2014, Ranked by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/06/14 -- SIP (Session Internet Protocol) is a flexible protocol and a very important part of VoIP services. It brings communication together in the form of texts, instant messaging, chats, conferencing and other additional services. When users are attempting to determine which VoIP provider is best for them, there are so many features and essentials that need to be compared. The providers with the best SIP capabilities are usually high on the list of necessary entities.

Experts at Voip-info.org put together a list of the top five best SIP providers for 2014. To compile their final list they took several factors into account including, customer reviews, price, additional features and more. Here are the top 5 best SIP providers of 2014 as ranked by CheapestVoipCalls.net.

1) RingCentral

RingCentral is rated very highly their customers. They also offer no contracts or set up fees for their SIP service. Their SIP service begins at $24.99 per month with instant activation and no hardware required. RingCentral is a strong provider for businesses of all sizes and their SIP communication software is easy to use.

2) Vonage

Vonage, the largest VoIP carrier offers a SIP service that connects to nearly every IP PBX provider. Vonage's SIP packages can be used in either a business or residential setting. They offer pay-per-minute plans that do not put a limit on how many incoming or outgoing calls can be made simultaneously. Incoming calls with the service are free and customers do not have to use minutes for calls to other Vonage users.

3) Voip.com

Voip.com has some higher rates beginning at $55.00 per month. However, they offer unlimited inbound calling to the customer's inbound IP-PBX system. Voip.com has some of the lowest international rates available and a very quick and knowledgeable customer service team. They can be reached via their web site or on the phone and respond in a timely manner.

4) 8x8, Inc.

8X8, Inc. has a SIP providing service that can help clients save on their local, long distance and international calling. The service works with almost every high speed internet connection. Clients get to keep their existing IP-PBX system and phones, and also lower all of their calling costs.

5) Nextiva

Nextiva's SIP has compatible PBX support. This means it works with the clients who have already invested in PBX equipment so that they can take advantage of cloud based communications. The price for the service is low and metered plans begin at $14.95 per month. Unmetered plans begin at $24.95 and both packages require no contracts or set up fees. Nextiva offers HD quality calling and they have specialists ready to assist with any questions prior to installation and afterward.

SIP is a very integral part of VoIP communications. For a company that is looking to upgrade the way they communicate with their clients and internally, a provider with a strong and quality SIP package is ideal. This will speed up communication and enhance the overall success of the business. People looking to learn more and compare SIP providers can visit: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/cheap-sip-trunking/.

CheapestVoipCalls.net org is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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