|By Marketwired .||
|May 1, 2014 06:21 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/01/14 -- When at home it is important to feel relaxed and not have to worry about things that are avoidable. For residences on a budget, the worry is finding ways to save money and cut costs on their phone bills. The best way for these residences to do this is to switch over to a residential VoIP provider. Landline services are expensive and offer little in additional calling features. However, residential VoIP providers allow for users to make calls via the Internet at a fraction of the cost and come with an array of additional calling features that improve sound and call quality.
Keeping in touch with family and friends is something that everyone does. Residential VoIP providers know what their clients want and have the innovative technology to make that happen. Many providers include great calling features to go along with their service. Call forwarding, caller ID, do not disturb, voicemail options and speed dial are just a few of the great options that can be offered.
Our experts at 1010PhoneRates.com recently considered the best residential VOIP providers for 2014. For their list the experts looked into price, extra features, customer reviews and more. Here are the best residential VoIP providers that they came up with:
ITP has monthly payments and no cancellation fees with their service. They have very low and competitive rates starting out at $8.92 per month. ITP also includes great additional calling features like wake up call, call forwarding, voicemail to email options, call recording and more. ITP has more additional add-on's than any other providers on the market and their clients rank them among the top providers on a constant basis.
Phone Power has a very simple sign up and installation process. Their service comes with over 45 additional calling enhancements and several calling plans. Their calling plans are very reasonably priced and start out at around $5.99 per month. Phone Power offers one hour of free international calling a month for all of their packages and their international plans can connect users to friends and families abroad quickly and for a low cost.
VOIPo can help residences save up to 75% or more on their phone bills. VOIPo offers a 30 days money back guarantee in case users find themselves not interested in their services. The company allows for unlimited calling to United States and Canada, have over 40 great calling features and allow for sixty minutes of international calling per month at no charge.
Axvoice allows for customers to transfer over their original number and have lot rates beginning at $6.25 per month. The set up and activation is very easy and for $75 a year customers can receive unlimited calling to the United States and Canada. Axvoice has extra features such as blacklist, simultaneous ring, conference calling and more.
For those that are interested in learning more about residential VoIP providers, please visit: http://www.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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