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The Best Business VoIP Providers, Ranked by MyVoipProvider.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/14/14 -- The online-based phone system VoIP (voice over internet protocol) uses the cloud for transmitting communication signals. Unlike the traditional analog telephone system, VoIP providers offer extensive features that are usually cost additional in the traditional system and VoIP can offer extremely low rates due to the fast speeds of the Internet. MyVoipProvider.com offers links and reviews of some of the leading business VoIP providers. Whether your business is small and just starting to being a multi-national coorporation, MyVoipProvider.com has considered all of the aspects of different VoIP providers and have determined the best ones for business.

Vonage

Vonage is most acclaimed by small and medium-sized businesses for their excellent VoIP services. This reliable business VoIP provider has boosting features in all of their packages including: a unified inbox for fax, email, and voicemail, call flip, voicemail transcription, and an award winning dashboard interface, along with several others. These great free deals save businesses between 50% and 80% on their monthly bills once switching away from traditional phone services. Vonage remarkably is both the cheapest phone provider as well as offers one of the fullest set of features on the market. Offering unlimited local and long distance calling with flat rates and no contracts, Vonage gives you all the tools your business communications needs to succeed. Vonage also gives a free IP phone to all new customers and they own and develop everything they send you, showing their clear investment in their VoIP technology.

RingCentral

Over 300,000 businesses have positive customer reviews on RingCentral's business VoIP services. MyVoipProvider agrees that they're one of the best business VoIP providers by offering a wide range of plans from $19.99 per month per user to $39.99 per month per user in order to give any size and shape of business the communications network they need to thrive. The RingCentral Office Package also allows clients to keep adding lines and customize their VoIP system with the features that fit their business plan. Included in all plans are unlimited talk, text and conferencing. Other features RingCentral includes in all packages are: unlimited calling to the US and Canada, one toll-free and one direct-dial local number for voice and fax, 1000 free toll-free minutes, unlimited extensions, and one direct-dial local number per user. And with larger plans RingCentral provides you with free unlimited extensions for multiple office locations.

Their great business plan will help your business plan by offering exemplary customer service. RingCentral's customer service and technical support being available 24/7 along with free help with set-up and installation to get your company running with RingCentral service all in the same day. And due to their confidence in their service success, RingCentral has a 30-day risk-free guarantee.

Jive

Jive is a VoIP provider that is best-known for their consistency across the boards. Jive Communications makes choosing a VoIP provider, whether you're looking for residential or business phone communications as clear and simple as possible. Small organizations and large government agencies alike appreciate Jive's unlimited auto attendants, extensions, voicemail boxes, call queues, ring groups, conference bridges and conference calling for $19.95/month for any company with 50+ users. With no hidden fees or pricey add-ons, just boosting features and a standard rate, Jive takes advantage of the cloud technology better than any other provider and in turn provides extremely reliable services.

Businesses interested in VoIP phone services should visit: http://www.myvoipprovider.com/en/Business_VoIP

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