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The Leading Business VoIP Providers of 2014, Announced by VoipReview.org

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- Businesses all over the world are converting to internet based communication systems. Unlike traditional analog telephones, Voice over IP uses cloud based technology to make and accept phone calls and send messages. Business VoIP systems are continuously being used because they are cheaper, smoother and more reliable than traditional phone systems. With the rise of business VoIP, VoIP providers have become plentiful and with so many providers out there, the experts at VoipReview.org have compared different factors of each in order to determine the leading business VoIP providers of the year. The top voice over internet protocol business providers of 2014 are: Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, and Jive - Unified Communications.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is the number one business VoIP provider according to VoipReview.org due to their easy, cheap, and flexible variety of plans. Their service is easy to setup and simple to use. Vonage Business Solutions only requires three things for setting up unlimited international calls: high speed internet connections, a telephone, and the Vonage Box that's supplied with service. Customers rave about Vonage Business Solutions, and over 23,000 customers appreciate Vonage's reliable service. They are also notoriously inexpensive, with customers saving between 50 and 80% on their monthly phone bill on average. Customers can choose international and domestic plans that have unlimited calling options. In addition to their inexpensive package prices, they also make sure customers get the most bang for their buck. Their boosting features give customers the tools they need for success and growth. Vonage Business Solutions offers lower rates than almost every other phone company, and if you're a frequent out-of-country caller, Vonage Business Solutions can save you even more. Their flexibility is also incomparable, with customizable plans for businesses of all sizes. For instance, Vonage Extensions allows you to extend your plan to any phone at no extra charge and Vonage lets you keep your old phone number.

RingCentral

RingCentral is one of the leading business VoIP providers of the year, offering a business-class phone system that comes fully equipped with voice, fax and text that are all able to be seamlessly integrated with CRM and customer management applications like Salesforce, Box, Google and Dropbox. RingCentral is truly revolutionary with their advanced technology, taking advantage of the cloud with their integrated communications solutions. They have brought a complete business VoIP system to a smartphone app platform, making managing and transferring communications easier and faster. Over 300,000 customers appreciate their affordable monthly pricing and their dependable service. Their full service offers unlimited talk, text and conferencing all at under $20 a month. Their product is easy to manage and is designed for customers that may have never had any experience with internet and cloud based technology. Admins are able to quickly manage locations, users and devices with a simple click, from anywhere. Phones arrive already configured so that there is no hardware hassle for users and users are empowered to control their own setting and make instant changes.

Jive - Unified Communications

Jive - Unified Communications is so highly looked upon because they are straight-forward and offer affordable rates with no hidden fees and contracts that are simple to understand. Their approach to VoIP pricing is as clear cut as possible; they offer a completely flat rate. Under $20 a month gives customers unlimited local and long distance calling to US and excellent features like auto attendants, extensions, call queues, ring groups, voicemail boxes, conference bridges and conference calling. Their features come standard and you can choose over 35 features, including their award-winning, web-based call-flow editor to help businesses manage and take care of their incoming calls. With their inexpensive rates, their reliability and excellent technical help service, Jive comes in as one of the leading business VoIP providers of 2014.

Businesses that are seeking more information on business VoIP systems should visit: http://www.voipreview.org/Business_Telephone_Systems/Phone_Services.aspx

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