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The Best Business VoIP Providers for 2014, as Determined by Voxilla.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/08/14 -- Businesses that struggle with their telecommunications should be looking into other options. Growing in popularity each day are business VoIP providers. They can allow for calls to be made over the internet, which gives businesses lower monthly bills and better call quality. The professionalism of the calls and the extra features that come with the service reflect greatly on a business from the eyes of their customers.

When choosing the right business VoIP provider, it is important for businesses to see what each provider offers. Many providers have customizable products and plans that fit the needs of companies of all sizes. Specialists at Voxilla.com have put together a list of the best business VoIP providers for 2014. Their list is meant to help businesses be able to determine the providers that have the best service, for those who may not know a lot about VoIP technology. For their list, the specialists used additional features, customer reviews, overall price and other factors. Here are the best business VoIP providers they determined:

Vonage

Vonage brings together great customer service and innovative and quality products. One of the great things about Vonage is that they offer no contracts or installation fees. They also have very competitive rates for domestic, long distance and international rates. Vonage has great standard features such as call transfer, call waiting, 3-way calling and more.

RingCentral

RingCentral has an extremely reliable customer support staff. Their team is quick and very knowledgeable about the products and services that they offer. They work with a cloud-based system that brings together voice, fax, text, conferencing and HD video meetings. RingCentral has a ton of additional features that enhance call quality.

Jive

Jive uses a hosted system, which means that users do not have to worry about the maintenance, Jive handles that remotely. They offer an array of additional features including never ring busy, unlimited local and long distance calling, call transfer, call routing options and more. Their plans have low monthly rates and users are not tied into yearly contracts. Payments can be made on a month-to-month basis.

Mitel

Mitel offers plenty of additional features with their service for small to mid-sized companies. They have great sound quality on their calls and have a very professional and courteous customer service staff. The company has low rates and is one of the highest rated business VoIP phone system providers by their customers.

VoIP is a growing form of telecommunication that does not seem to be stopping anytime soon. Every day there are new features and functions that are created to improve call quality and service. The above business VoIP providers have great customer service, low rates and some of the best additional features on the market. They focus their attention on really helping businesses grow as opposed to having them worry about their phone systems. One of the last things that a growing business should have to worry about on a daily basis is their phone system. These providers cater their services so that their users do not have to. People that are interested in learning more information about business VoIP providers can visit: http://voxilla.com/business-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 find the best VoIP provider for them.

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