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The Top 3 Business SIP Providers for 2014, Determined by Voip-Catalog.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- In order for a business to succeed, they need to have a steady and reliable means of communicating with their clients. Not only does this need to be quick and orderly, but it needs to also be cost-effective. It is important for businesses of all sizes to be aware of the latest trends in telecommunications. For businesses that are looking to cut costs and still have a system in place that allows for speedy client interaction, they should be using a business SIP provider. Business SIP providers have packages and products in place that integrate with a client's phone system that is already in place. This means that businesses do not have to shell out a ton of extra money to purchase an entire new system. Being able to merge voice and data connections into one saves a business plenty of extra money per month.

The specialists at Voip-Catalog.com put together a list for the top 3 business SIP providers for 2014. With all of the SIP providers and all of the services that are available, narrowing down the best on the market is important for businesses looking to switch over to a SIP service. For their list, the specialists considered price of the service, customer satisfaction reviews, additional features and more. Here are the top 3 they decided on:

1) BroadVoice

BroadVoice offers very low rates that are determined by the amount of ports that a business needs. Their service allows for any SIP-capable IP PBX system to be able to connect to the network. Their service also allows for unlimited inbound minutes, regardless of which package the business chooses. BroadVoice is a leading SIP provider and their customers rate them very highly.

2) 8x8, Inc.

8x8, Inc. has very loyal customers that continuously hold their services in high regard. Their affordable and reliable service works with the client's established IP-PBX and helps cut costs. This eliminates the need for purchasing new and expensive hardware because it hooks up to the system already in place. 8x8, Inc. offers competitive international rates and include free calling to other 8x8, Inc. users.

3) FlowRoute

FlowRoute has advanced and reliable SIP hardware. Their service allows for users to remain connected to clients all over the world and in a timely manner. Customers rank FlowRoute among the best on the market and they have tons of great features that come standard when purchasing. They have several different packages available and have low and economical rates.

Businesses need to be able to keep in constant contact with the clients. More importantly, businesses need to do so in a way that does not break the bank. SIP services contain the perfect tools for businesses to be professional and yet save money at the same time. The above providers have outstanding services, are ranked highly among users and have low and economical rates. People that are interested in learning more about SIP providers can visit: http://www.voip-catalog.com/voip_services_sip-trunking_1.html.

About Voip-Catalog:

Voip-Catalog 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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