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The Top 5 Best Residential VoIP Providers for 2014, Ranked by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/14/14 -- Making calls over the internet in a residence has become a great way for friends and family to stay in touch. Not only is the process quick and easy, but it can also save a residence a ton on their monthly phone bill. There are many different residential VoIP providers that are able to provide such a service and offer additional enhancements with their service. No longer are traditional landlines or mobile devices the only way to make calls from a residence. It is time to consider the alternative and look into a residential VoIP provider.

As stated above, there are many different residential VoIP providers that can get a user connected and begin making calls almost automatically. Our specialists at CheapestVoipCalls.net recently put together their ranking for the top 5 best residential VoIP providers for 2014. This ranking will help those who are not quite sure where to begin with their search for service. For their ranking, the specialists considered the overall price, customer satisfaction and more. Here is the list of the top 5 best residential VoIP providers for 2014:

1) Internet Telephone Provider (ITP)

ITP has an extremely pleasant and knowledgeable customer service team. They are available either by phone, email, fax or online. ITP has low competitive rates and are ranked highly among those that use their service. The offer a plethora of additional services such as call recording, call forwarding, wake up call, speed dial, contact list and many more.

2) PhonePower

PhonePower has several different calling packages and plans to choose from and each are very reasonably priced. They have great features such as call blocking, 3-way calling, call forwarding, do not disturb and more. Their plans include options for local, domestic, long distance and international calling.

3) VOIPo

VOIPo has over 40 different calling features to enhance their highly rated call quality. Their customer service team is available via the web or phone and is very quick to respond to inquiries. The company offers a 30 day money back guarantee and their installation and sign up process is very simple.

4) Axvoice

Axvoice has plans that start at $75 per year and $6.75 per month. Their low rates and over 30 calling features have them ranked highly by their customers regularly. Axvoice has free activation for residences and offer online account management.

5) magicJack

magicJack has very low rates and a simple to use service. There are no monthly bills and they offer 411, call waiting, call forwarding, caller ID and more. magicJack are as well known name in the residential VoIP market and their customers rate them highly.

Having a residential VoIP service in place takes the hassle and the high cost out of making calls to the people that matter most. No longer is it necessary to pay high premiums per month to keep in touch with friends and family. With a residential VoIP provider, the call can be made quickly, easily and the money saved can be used for other great purposes. People that are interested in learning more about residential VoIP providers can visit: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/residential-voip/.

CheapestVoipCalls.net org is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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