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The Top 3 Best SIP Trunk Providers of 2014, Ranked by Voxilla.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/14/14 -- For businesses looking to maximize cost savings on their business telecommunications, look no further than a SIP trunk provider. SIP trunk providers can take a businesses phone and internet systems and combine them. Consolidating both the phone and internet service and having a system like this in place can save businesses money on their monthly or yearly bills as well as time and maintenance for two separate services.

There are many additional features that can come with choosing a SIP trunk provider. Unlimited local and long distance calling, E911, caller ID along with others are all aspects that traditional providers usually lack. VoIP and SIP trunk providers are always coming up with new and improved enhancements to keep their user experience on the cutting edge of the latest technology. SIP trunking is becoming more popular as the growth of the VoIP and telecommunications industry continues.

Experts at Voxilla.com recently put together a ranking of the top 3 best SIP trunk providers for 2014. For their rankings they used customer reviews, cost, and extra features, along with others. Here are the top 3 best SIP trunk providers as ranked by Voxilla.com:

1) RingCentral

RingCentral offers no contracts or set up fees for their SIP trunk service. Their SIP trunk service starts out around $24.99 per month with nearly instant activation and no expensive hardware required. RingCentral is a quality provider for large and small businesses. Their customer service is very easy to get in touch with via the phone or web and their staff is extremely knowledgeable about all of their products and services.

2) Voip.com

Voip.com offers unlimited inbound calling to the customer's inbound IP-PBX system. Their customer service staff ranks among the highest as well. The specialists at Voip.com are easily accessible and have a vast knowledge of all aspects of their service. While the rates nationally are a bit larger than some of their competitors, Voip.com has some of the lowest international rates available.

3) Vonage

Vonage's SIP trunk products can be used either at home or at the office. The company offers pay-per-minute plans and has no limit on how many incoming or outgoing calls can be made at the same time. Incoming calls with the service are free and customers do not have to use up their minutes for calls to other Vonage subscribers. Vonage is one of the most well-known names in telecommunications and their customers rate them at a very high standard.

Having a dependable system in place to host both a phone and internet will increase productivity. Many traditional landline services are too expensive and have users locked into long term agreements with subpar service. SIP trunking brings the best of both worlds together in one place for one price and company. The results, cost and product value are all reasons for businesses to switch over from their existing service to a SIP trunk provider. For more information about SIP trunk providers, please visit: http://voxilla.com/sip/.

About Voxilla.com:

Voxilla.com is an authority SIP trunk provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best SIP trunk provider for them.

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