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The Best 5 VoIP Providers of 2014, Announced by MyVoipProvider.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/10/14 -- VoIP is an Internet based phone system that allows users to make calls using cloud based technology. With over a quarter of Americans using some form of internet calling, VoIP providers are expanding. VoIP services give customers cheaper prices, higher sound quality and a broad range of included features. With VoIP's digital formatting, the sound quality is crystal clear and with cloud storage, data can be stored all in one place. As the VoIP market continues to grow, the experts at MyVoipProvider.com have considered a number of factors in order to determine the best five VoIP providers of the year to help customers discover the cheapest and highest quality providers. The best five VoIP providers are: Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, Jive - Unified Communications, Mitel, and BroadVoice.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions, formerly known as Vocalocity, is the best VoIP provider in the industry due to their extremely low prices and dependable systems. Vonage Business Solutions is capable of managing over 23,000 customers who are satisfied with their quality service. Few companies compare to the background knowledge and reliability that Vonage has with business VoIP. Customers are grateful for Vonage's great deals that save businesses an average of 50-80% on their monthly phone bills. When signing up with Vonage Business Solutions customers receive a free IP phone and can choose from a range of plans in order to tailor the package to their communication needs.

RingCentral

RingCentral has an incredible list of high rated customer reviews and has over 300,000 customers. RingCentral has a complete list of features with their business phone system and a standard set rate that provides unlimited talk, text, and conferencing all at an inexpensive monthly price. One of the first VoIP companies to create a VoIP app for their service, RingCentral lets you manage your communications on the go. The RingCentral app has an intuitive user interface and fast accessing speeds.

Jive - Unified Communications

As one of the top three VoIP providers, Jive - Unified Communications has a wide range of users. Whether a small startup, government organization or large enterprise, Jive utilizes the cloud better than possibly any other VoIP company. To help improve their quality of service and create storage space, Jive takes advantage of advanced cloud technology. They also provide no nonsense rates. With standard pricing with no hidden fees or expensive add ons, Jive has the simplest and easiest pay plan on the market.

Mitel

Mitel is one of the leading VoIP providers because it is both feature-rich and affordable. Mitel is a prime option because of their exemplary customer support. For the first three days of new service a Mitel employee comes to your office to help set up and provide personal technical support. After the initial three day period Mitel continues to be available 24/7 for customer help. Some of Mitel's features include: mobile device integration, online feature administration, and an adjustable payment plan and feature set as your company grows.

BroadVoice

BroadVoice is great in that they offer comparable rates for both residential and business environments. BroadVoice has a simple and straightforward business plan, offering phone systems that can match budgets of all sizes. BroadVoice provides VoIP customers with unlimited domestic calls, making them one of MyVoipProvider.com's top 5 VoIP providers.

Those seeking more information on VoIP providers can visit: http://www.myvoipprovider.com/en/Top_100_VoIP_Providers

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