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The Best Residential VoIP Providers of the Year, Rated by VoipMechanic.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/17/14 -- VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), is an online phone system that uses the internet to make voice calls. VoIP users make and receive phone calls using cloud technology instead of on an analog phone system that uses land cables. Due to the ever-expanding high speed Internet, VoIP services are available for inexpensive monthly rates. People looking to save on their monthly phone bills and wanting to receive simple set up and quality phone solutions are purchasing residential VoIP systems. The experts at VoipMechanic.com have compared several different realms of phone systems in order to come up with the best three residential VoIP providers. After analyzing customer reviews, customer care packages, costs, and scalability, the experts at VoipMechanic.com have rated ITP, PhonePower, and VoIPo as the best residential VoIP providers of 2014.

ITP

ITP is the number one ranked residential VoIP provider as it has great flexibility for customers looking for different options in their phone plan. ITP is one of the leaders in the VoIP market because they have a system that works. They provide a basic metered plan, at under three cents a minute, keeping these rates consistent for both businesses and home phones. ITP also provides scalable unlimited plans and does not require any contracts. ITP offers great rewards for customers even without the binding contract. For instance, with ITP, customers who have more than 20 lines on the same plan will receive a 25% discount up front. All of ITP's different package plans come with boosting features like: a phone adapter included in your service plan, various unlimited international calling packages, and the plans are easily customized for the countries you call the most. They are known for being exemplary with customer service, as they have employees on their technical help line 24/7 in order to keep your VoIP systems running at any time of the day or night.

Phone Power

Phone Power is the number two ranked residential VoIP provider because of their wide range of customers. From single-line residential customers to multi-national corporate call centers, Phone Power provides packages that are appealing to all sizes of companies and homes. VoipMechanic.com rates Phone Power as one of the best residential VoIP providers of 2014 due to their many options of contracting. Customers can choose between a long-term contract with guaranteed low rates or a monthly package that is also cost effective. Each plan gives customers fair use limits, and enough minutes to make as many calls as a company or house would need. Customer packages include unlimited inbound calls and a high outbound call threshold of 5,000 minutes a month. Some of the advancing and included features of Phone Power are: free equipment, a second line, and 60 minutes of international calling.

VoIPo

VoIPo is the amongst the top three leading residential VoIP providers because of their quality phone services and great phone clarity. They have a simple and straight-forward package plan that leaves customers aware of all their pricing, with no hidden fees. VoIPo makes costs easy, by having little to no differences between residential and business VoIP packages. Small business and home phone lines that have low call rates each cost $15 for a monthly contract or $8.25 a month for a yearly contract. These customers benefit from unlimited calls to the US and Canada, fair use limit of 5,000 minutes, and the same feature set.

People looking to purchase VoIP for their homes should visit: http://www.voipmechanic.com/residential-voip-providers.htm

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