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The Best SIP Providers for 2014, as Determined by 1010PhoneRates.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/11/14 -- SIP providers allow for their customers to access high quality service with the use of their already set up PBX system. This service is most beneficial for mid-sized and large businesses that are looking for a more inexpensive telecommunication product. There is no need for any new and costly hardware because the SIP provider hooks their service right up to the equipment that was in place.

There are many additional features that come along with SIP providers that give the products some extra value. Many providers have services that allow for users to log in to work remotely, unlimited calling to the U.S and more. Specialists at 1010PhoneRates.com have put together a ranking for the best SIP providers for 2014. This ranking is devised to help businesses that are interested in switching to a SIP provider, but may not know where to begin or what to look for. The specialists factored in the price of the service, additional enhancements, customer satisfaction and more into their ranking. Below are the best providers they determined:

BroadVoice

The top SIP provider on the list of our experts is BroadVoice. Their products are useable with almost any SIP capable IP-PBX. They offer unlimited calling to the U.S. and Canada and have some of the lowest rates on the market. BroadVoice has a very simple and quick sign up and activation process and their client service staff is very knowledgeable.

8x8, Inc.

8x8, Inc. has been around for a long time and is one of the oldest providers available today. Their service starts at $19.99 a month and it comes pre-loaded with tons of features. They offer voicemail, web conferencing, instant messaging and much more. With their low monthly rates, their clients rate them very high among their competitors.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is one of the top brand names on the market. They offer no contracts and allow for pay-per-minute plans. This plan has no restrictions on how many incoming or outgoing calls can be made simultaneously. The customer support staff at Vonage is extremely quick in their inquiry response time and their representatives seem to genuinely care about their products, services and helping out customers.

RingCentral

RingCentral's SIP service starts out at $24.99 and has many additional features that come standard with it. RingCentral offers no contracts or installation fees and the sign up process is very simple. They are highly rated by their users and they continue to add new enhancements regularly.

SIP providers help businesses save money on a new system or expensive hardware. They take the worry out of the telecommunication process and provide features that many other providers cannot match. Using a SIP provider will allow businesses to grow their relationships with other businesses because the service keeps things in order, on track and is user friendly. Businesses interested in switching to a SIP provider should take the above rankings into consideration before making their choice. People that are interested in learning more about SIP providers can visit: http://www.1010phonerates.com/sip-phone-service.html.

About 1010PhoneRates.com:

1010PhonesRates.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.

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