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The Best Business Hosted PBX Providers of 2014, Ranked by VirtualBusinessPBX.com

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/14 -- Lots of companies have started using business hosted PBX systems to help their company have better communications solutions. A business hosted PBX is a public branch exchange that uses the Internet and advanced cloud technology to make and receive phone calls. A business hosted PBX helps manage all business communications and business hosted PBX providers can offer advanced features that usually cost extra with traditional phone systems. In this age of technology, companies continue to be impressed with the ever-improving online phone systems taking over traditional communication systems. The experts at VirtualBusinessPBX.com have reviewed the pros and cons of the vast majority of business hosted PBX providers and have deemed Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, Jive, Mitel and BroadVoice as the top five best business hosted PBX providers of the year.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is ranked as the very best business hosted PBX provider by VirtualBusinessPBX.com because of their quality services at extremely low prices. Their flexibility as a company is appreciated by small and medium sized businesses looking to save 50-80% on their monthly phone bill; because believe it or not, that's how much users save on average! Few other providers understand business hosted PBX and VoIP systems like Vonage Business Solutions. Vonage doesn't believe in having a one size fits all business plan, allowing users to customize their costs and features so that they get what they need for the cheapest price.

RingCentral

RingCentral is great because of their business-class phone system plan that combines quality voice, fax and text. RingCentral understands the need to manage calls as well as the importance of making them. So businesses are able to use their VoIP and hosted PBX systems with other cloud communication solutions like Salesforce, Box, Google and Dropbox that help with CRM and storing call information. RingCentral is also revolutionizing the VoIP world by having a mobile app for their services. Over 300,000 customers are guaranteed with RingCentral and they help every business save a few bucks on their monthly bills.

Jive - Unified Communications

Jive - Unified Communications is the third best business hosted PBX provider, offering dependable, enterprise-grade Internet calling solutions. Small startups and large government organizations alike are satisfied with the services Jive has to offer. Jive takes advantage of cloud technology possibly better than any other provider out there. Their hosted applications make them one of the most feasible phone solutions to understand and use. The pricing is clear and to the point, with no hidden fees.

Mitel

Mitel has an extremely reliable and feature-rich service that people all across the country rave about. Mitel takes extra good care of their customers, sending a technical assistant to each new customer to help with setup and questions for the first three days of usage. Mitel's hosted PBX phone system allows users to work remotely and share any and all data information to colleagues through the cloud.

BroadVoice

BroadVoice is so confident in their exceptional service that they offer a 30-day risk-free guarantee to all new users. Small businesses enjoy their great features that come standard and unlimited nationwide calling packages. They are suitable for all business and residential environments, making tons of Americans communications systems easier and smoother.

Businesses that are looking to compare business hosted PBX providers should visit: http://www.virtualbusinesspbx.com/virtual-pbx-providers

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