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The Top 5 Residential VoIP Providers for 2014, Ranked by 1010PhoneRates.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/18/14 -- For residences that are on a budget, being able to save money on monthly phone bills is a welcomed change. The easiest way for those residences to do so is by switching their phone carrier to a residential VoIP provider. These providers allow residences to make calls over the internet in a quick and cost-effective fashion. Being able to stay in touch with close friends and relatives is very important and residential VoIP providers have services that can make that happen and not break the bank every month.

Many providers have several calling packages available at low rates. There are usually packages for local calling, domestic, long distance and even international calls. Residential VoIP providers understand the importance of being able to make frequent calls to the people that matter most. They even bundle great additional features to improve call and service quality.

Analysts at 1010PhoneRates.com ranked the top 5 residential VoIP providers for 2014. For their ranking, the analysts considered additional features, customer satisfaction, overall price and more. Here are the top 5 residential VoIP providers that they determined:

1) ITP (Internet Telephone Provider)

ITP topped the ranking of our analysts because of their low rates and high quality service. The company has multiple calling packages available including local, domestic and long distance. Their customer service staff is easily reached, friendly and helpful. ITP offers no yearly contracts and payments are made on a monthly basis.

2) PhonePower

PhonePower has over 45 calling features to help enhance their already stellar service. Some of the features include do not disturb, voicemail options, call forwarding and more. Their client support staff is extremely helpful and pride themselves on their quick turn around time. The company also has a 30 day money back guarantee so customers can be refunded if they find themselves dissatisfied with the service.

3) VOIPo

VOIPo's service is also loaded with additional enhancements. Call forwarding, 3-way calling, caller ID and more are included. Their rates are very competitive and the sign up and installation process is simple and user-friendly.

4) Axvoice

Axvoice has low yearly rates that allow for unlimited calling to the United States and Canada. They offer over 30 additional calling features including blacklist, voicemail, find me/follow me, conference calling and more.

5) magicJack

magicJack can help save over $300 dollars on monthly phone bills. Their products are innovative and always seem to be evolving. They offer voicemail, call forwarding, no monthly bills, call waiting and more. The company has a strong customer service team that is readily available to answer any questions.

Residential VoIP providers know what their clients are interested in and what they require to keep them coming back each month. The above companies have great low rates and all have features that help enhance each call. With all of the savings and the ease of functionality, a residential VoIP provider is the answer to home telecommunications. People interested in learning more about residential VoIP providers can visit: http://www.1010phonerates.com/.

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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