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The Top 5 Business VoIP Providers for 2014, Ranked by Voxilla.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/15/14 -- For a business that is not satisfied with the speed, quality and overall use of their telecommunications system, they should consider upgrading their service to a business VoIP provider. Business VoIP providers allow for businesses to make calls over the internet in a user-friendly and quick manner. Not only can calls be made at the push of a button, but many VoIP providers have extremely low rates, which can save hundreds on phone bills on a monthly basis.

From businesses that are just getting started to ones that are already established, having the right communication system in place can make or break a business to business relationship. Our specialists at Voxilla.com put together a ranking of the top 5 business VoIP providers for 2014. Their rankings were directed at businesses that are thinking about switching to a business VoIP provider, but may not know exactly where to begin. For their rankings the specialists used price, customer reviews, extra enhancements and more. Here are the top 5 they decided on:

1) Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions understands what customers are looking for and they know that businesses change on a monthly basis. In that respect, they offer no long term contracts. They also have a very recognizable brand and an excellent customer service staff. The company continuously is coming up with new call packages and innovative enhancements which is the reason why they topped the list of our specialists.

2) RingCentral

RingCentral has cloud-based system that brings together fax, voice, text, web conferencing and HD video meetings. They offer the most features of any of their competitors such as unlimited text, voicemail, voicemail to email options and many more. Their client service staff is always ranked very highly among their users due to their promptness.

3) Jive

Jive has many additional features along with very low rates for their service. They use a hosted system that allows their users to focus on their work and not have to worry about the upgrading and maintenance of the service. Jive also offers monthly rates so that users are not locked into long yearly contracts.

4) Mitel

Mitel's client support staff is very quick at responding to questions and they are knowledgeable of their products and services. Mitel has an array of different features with their service and have competitively low rates.

5) BroadVoice

BroadVoice also operates with a cloud PBX system. They have many additional call features with their service such as the ability to block telemarketers, have calls ring simultaneously to mobile and desktop phones and more. BroadVoice has low rates and several different domestic calling plans.

Businesses looking to upgrade their system should take these rankings into consideration. The companies above all have tremendous customer service staff and user-friendly systems. Their low rates help customer save money on their phone bills and allow them to allocate those funds into different aspects of their business. People looking for more information on business VoIP providers should 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 help find the best VoIP provider for them.

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