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The Best 5 Residential VoIP Providers of 2014, Ranked by Voxilla.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/19/14 -- Many people might be under the assumption that VoIP providers only have services that are made for businesses. This assumption would be incorrect. Some providers focus just on business operations and some focus on service strictly for residences. Some companies even have systems in place for both settings.

For residences, having a VoIP service provider in place can help connect individuals for low rates. Many of the companies provide extra features that enhance their services and the overall functionality of making a call. Experts at Voxilla.com weighed in on the five best residential VoIP providers of 2014. At their discretion, the experts took customer reviews, price, additional features and more into consideration. Here are the top 5 residential VoIP providers of 2014 as ranked by Voxilla.com:

1) PhonePower

PhonePower has very low rates and an array of additional features. Remote voicemail access, call forwarding, fax catcher, speed dialing and more are all additional add-ons to the service. Their award winning customer service specialists are available via phone and email to answer any questions and to provide customer support. PhonePower offers 60 free minutes of international calling per month and allow calls to over 55 different countries.

2) ITP (Internet Telephone Provider)

ITP offers no contracts and no cancellation fees. Users do not have to feel tied down into long yearly agreements and if they are dissatisfied with the service, they do not have to feel pressure to stay. The customer support staff is highly trained and can assist with any questions that may arise. They are knowledgeable, quick to respond and friendly. They have additional features including call recording, do not disturb, 3-way calling, black list, call waiting and many others.

3) VOIPo

VOIPo is so confident in their service that they will offer a 30 day money back guarantee if users are unhappy with the system. They offer very low international calling rates and over 40 additional features. Their customer service team is easy to reach and knowledgeable of all of their products and services.

4) Phone.com

Phone.com offers no contracts and no price increases with their service. Users get up to 300 monthly minutes to use from their home. The company sends out the free adapter which works with the customer's high-speed internet connection. Phone.com offers many add-on features such as custom greetings, advanced call forwarding options, and 24/7 customer support.

5) Axvoice

Axvoice comes with over 30 basic and advanced calling features. Users receive all of them free of charge with the purchase of a monthly plan. Axvoice offers several different packages and pricing plans and their rates are low and economical.

Finding the right residential VoIP provider can be a tough choice for consumers that may not know all of the benefits of VoIP over landline service. VoIP providers often cost less; have better enhancements and provide a better and more joyful experience than traditional phone service providers. For people looking to learn more about residential VoIP providers, please visit: http://voxilla.com/residential-voip/.

About Voxilla.com:

Voxilla.com is an authority business and residential VoIP service provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP provider for them.

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