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The Top 3 Residential VoIP Providers of 2014, Ranked by VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/18/14 -- It is very important to be able to stay in touch with family and friends. While social media is one way to stay connected with loved ones, it doesn't have as much of a personal feel. Users of VoIP service providers can sustain that personal satisfaction of connecting with the ones that matter the most. A residential VoIP provider will allow for a quick and cost effective way to remain connected while making calls over the internet, while at home.

One of the main benefits of using a VoIP provider at a residence is that the service often is a fraction of the cost of traditional phone systems. Additionally, the services come with a wide range of extra features that can enhance the user's experience. Many of the additional features are unable to be accessed when using a traditional phone carrier.

When choosing the right VoIP provider for a residence, there are many options and carriers to choose from. Specialists at VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com came together to rank the top residential VoIP systems for 2014. Besides cost, the specialists took customer reviews, additional product enhancements and more into consideration. Here are the top 3 residential VoIP providers that VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com decided on:

1) ITP (Internet Telephone Provider)

ITP has a great quality service and provides some real savings for their customers. With basic residential service plans beginning at just $9.99 per month, ITP allows users to pay per month with no long term contracts and no cancellation fees. The company provides the free ITP adapter needed for the connection. They have additional features including call forwarding, do not disturb, voicemail to email and more. ITP's customer service staff is trained and ready to assist any residences that use their service.

2) PhonePower

PhonePower is rated very highly by their users. They offer cheap residential packages that include a 30 day money back guarantee. PhonePower has dozens of additional features like call blocking, speed dial, simultaneous ringing, do not disturb and many more. The client service staff is award winning for their reliability. They allow users of PhonePower to feel at ease when they have questions or any problems with the service.

3) magicJack

magicJack has a very unique approach to their VoIP service. Users can pay for magicJack Plus for $49.95 and receive six months free. Customers will get call forwarding, caller ID, call waiting and free 411 services all included in the price. With no monthly bills, magicJack offers crystal clear voice quality service for very low rates.

Residential VoIP service providers help bring individuals together with their ability to connect calls over the internet. Users of traditional phone services should be aware of the benefits of switching to a VoIP provider. They can slash monthly bills, enhance the quality of a call and bring a more personal feel to the conversation. Providers are always adding new and improved features to stay ahead of the competition. Furthermore, the providers are interested in providing quality service and features to keep their customers satisfied. Landline providers cannot compare to the service of a VoIP provider. People looking for more information on residential VoIP providers can go to: http://virtualpbxphonesystems.com/.

About VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com:

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

Contact:

Kevin Barber
(858) 454-5900 ext: 10301
[email protected]

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