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The Best 5 Business VoIP Providers for 2014, According to VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- One of the most important aspects of running a business is the ability to communicate with a client base in a quick, organized and simple manner. When companies cannot be accessed easily and often by their customers, the relationships begin to deteriorate. Using a business VoIP provider can enhance those relationships and cut costs while doing so. Many business VoIP service providers offer additional features that can keep calls organized and allow for a clearer means of communication.

There are plenty of different business VoIP providers that a company can choose from. Besides slashing costs on phone bills, most services provide call forwarding, voicemail, auto attendants and much more. Some VoIP providers offer more additional features than others, so it is important to do some research and make sure that the service chosen has what your company is looking for.

Recently, specialists at VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com got together and compiled their list of the best 5 business VoIP providers for 2014. For their list, the specialists looked at qualities such as overall price, additional features and enhancements, customer satisfaction, among others. Here is the list of the best 5 business VoIP providers that the team came up with:

1) Vonage

One of the biggest names in the business VoIP provider market is Vonage. The sign up and installation process is very simple and businesses can begin making calls almost instantly. Vonage has a highly ranked customer service staff that really knows their products and the best services for their client base. Vonage offers low monthly payments and does not lock their customers up into long contracts. Vonage also offers a lot of extra features. Ring lists, do not disturb, voicemail, call transfer, 3-way calling and many more are available.

2) Jive

Jive is very in tune with the customer and know what they are looking for and wanting out of their products. They offer many additional features to enhance productivity and are always on the forefront of coming up with new services. Jive offers unlimited calls to the US, unlimited extensions, advanced call routing options and much more.

3) RingCentral

RingCentral uses a cloud based system for their business VoIP services. Their installation process is simple and they configure their IP phones ahead of time so that they are ready to make calls once they arrive. Their customer support staff is easily accessible and quick to respond to inquiries.

4) Voip.com

Voip.com also uses a cloud based system and they also offer a 30 day money back guarantee on their service. They have many advanced call features such as simultaneous ringing to desktop and mobile phones, fax as emails, and many others.

5) 8x8, Inc.

8x8, Inc. has a low cost for their business VoIP service. Their service can be accessed while on-the-go so that you never have to miss a call from a client. Their customer service staff is ranked very highly and they are available and ready to answer any possible questions before or during the service.

People looking for more information about business VoIP providers can visit: http://virtualpbxphonesystems.com/.

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

Contact:

Kevin Barber
(858) 454-5900 ext: 10301
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