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The Top 5 Business Hosted PBX Providers of 2014, Announced by

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/22/14 -- Internet technology is advancing telephone calling systems both in homes and in the office. Thanks to the advent of the cloud, traditional phones that use cables for transmitting call signals are being replaced with hosted PBX systems. A business hosted PBX is a public branch exchange that uses the Internet as the system for telecommunicating. Because of high speed Internet connections allowing companies to use the Internet for efficient communications, there are several competing business hosted PBX providers that quality service at a low expense rate. The experts at have compared costs, customer reviews, and company scalability and flexibility in order to determine the top 5 business hosted PBX Providers of the year. Amongst the best business hosted PBX providers are Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, Jive - Unified Communications, Mitel and BroadVoice.

1. Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is the very best business hosted PBX provider according to And don't just take their word for it! Over 23,000 customers appreciate their reliable service and flexible package deals. Their great deals save companies between 50-80% on monthly phone bills on average. Vonage Business Solutions has a number of boosting features that help businesses thrive and grow.

2. RingCentral

RingCentral is the second top business hosted PBX provider with over 300,000 loyal customers that enjoy RingCentral's unlimited talk, text and conferencing all at a cheap monthly price. RingCentral has an exceptional cloud system making their services run smoothly and connecting calls perfectly. To make calls on the go, RingCentral has a mobile VoIP app, making them a step ahead of most other business hosted PBX providers.

3. Jive - Unified Communications

Jive is ranked in bronze for the leading business hosted PBX providers and is known for their wide range of package deals. Thanks to Jive - Unified Communications' flexibility, small startups and large government organizations alike trust Jive's enterprise grade solutions. They provide easy setup and technical support that helps customers keep their services running any time of the day. Their pricing is also straight to the point and crystal clear, with no hidden fees.

4. Mitel

Specializing in small to medium sized businesses, Mitel has business hosted PBX solutions that provide every tool and features that companies need for successful communications. They make sure to provide a personal representative to your company to help install any hardware, configure settings, and help customers get a positive start to using their system. A reliable company for over 30 years, customers are routinely satisfied with Mitel's business calling solutions.

5. BroadVoice

BroadVoice, formerly known as, has stand out features that make them one of the leading business hosted PBX providers of the year. They have a plethora of services in addition to hosted PBX and promise tons of features with each service. Companies are able to budget better with BroadVoice and they are suitable for both homes and office environments. Their packages include unlimited nationwide calls and solutions to help your company communicate as clearly as possible.

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