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The Best VoIP Providers of 2014, Announced by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/17/14 -- Whether at a business or at a home residence, using a VoIP provider to make calls to clients or loved ones can cut phone bills in half. VoIP providers allow their users to make calls over the internet for low rates as opposed to traditional landline service providers. With the growing popularity of VoIP services, new enhancements and features are being added frequently. Mobile services, international packages, auto receptionists and call forwarding options are just a few of the special additions that some providers carry.

There are many of different VoIP providers to choose from and each has their own unique perks to their service. Experts from CheapestVoipCalls.net recently narrowed down the providers that they thought to be the best based on the quality of the product, customer testimonials, and additional enhancements, among others. Here are the best VoIP providers of 2014 that they decided on:

1) Vonage

For business needs, the leading business VoIP provider is Vonage. Their reliable service and knowledgeable staff allow their users to feel at ease with their products. They are continuously adding new features to help businesses stay on top of their game and they do so for low monthly rates. With Vonage, there are no installation fees, expensive hardware and most importantly, no contracts.

2) ITP (Internet Telephone Provider)

ITP tops our experts list for the best residential VoIP service provider. With low rates starting out at $8.32 a month, ITP provides residence with the opportunity to stay connected to friends and family in a quick and cost efficient fashion. The company offers no cancellation fees if users become unhappy with the service and allow monthly payments. ITP offers several different domestic and long distance calling plans and offer two free months of service when signing up.

3) RingCentral

RingCentral's cloud based system provides businesses with an all-inclusive service. Voice, texts, fax, conferencing and HD video meetings are all wrapped into the plans which begin at $24.99 a month. There is no hardware required with RingCentral and the activation is easy and instant. Their IP phones are customizable and arrive pre-configured and ready for use.

4) Jive

Jive has a very strong and experienced customer service staff that can assist users from activation through day-to-day questions. They offer a plethora of additional features including, never ring busy, unlimited U.S. calling, advanced call routing, unlimited extensions and more. Jive does not tie customers into long contracts and allow their users to pay month-to-month at low rates.

Connecting with other businesses in a professional and immediate manner reflects well on your business and clients will appreciate the ease of communication. When at home, VoIP service users can relax and not worry about tying up phone lines. Users can feel free to talk as long as they would like to catch up with the people that are most important to them. Using a VoIP provider is easy, cost efficient, and much more fun than traditional phone services. VoIP is becoming the way that people interact with one another. For those interested in learning more about VoIP service providers, please go to: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/.

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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