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The Best 5 Business Hosted PBX Providers of 2014, Announced by VoipMechanic.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/08/14 -- The experts at VoipMechanic.com have researched and analyzed a wide range of business hosted PBX providers and have just recently revealed who the best in the market are. A hosted PBX is a public branch exchange that takes advantage of the Internet to deliver telephone communications. By using cloud-based technology, a business hosted PBX transmits signals through the internet instead of through cables like a traditional analog system. Business hosted PBX providers are expanding and are becoming increasingly competitive as businesses continue to switch over to this new type of efficient and quality telecommunicating. The best five business hosted PBX providers of the year, as rated by VoipMechanic.com are: Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, Jive - Unified Communications, Mitel AnyWare, and Broadvoice.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions has been selected as the number one business hosted PBX provider, specializing in small to medium sized businesses. Vonage Business Solutions offers packages to users that have the vital scalability that companies seek and affordable pricing. Small businesses are able to save at least 30% on monthly phone bills with Vonage's exemplary service. They are invested in their hosted PBX and VoIP technology, as everything they send customers Vonage owns and develops themselves. Coming standard with all of Vonage's solutions are: a unified inbox for fax, email and voicemail; voicemail transcription; call flip; and an intuitive dashboard interface.

RingCentral

RingCentral is the second top business hosted PBX provider, giving customers enough lines for their company and the tools to customize the system to best fit the business' needs. RingCentral is such an organized company, that new users are able to connect to the new hosted PBX system the same day it arrives. With larger plans customers receive unlimited extensions for multiple office locations. And by providing a toll-free number with a dedicated fax line with a fax to email option, means that companies are always able to be reached by clients.

Jive - Unified Communications

Jive - Unified Communications is one of the leading business hosted PBX providers due to their reliable, enterprise-grade phone systems that serve all sizes and types of companies. At under $20 per month, customers receive unlimited local and long distance calling to 48 states and unlimited auto attendants, voicemail boxes, ring groups, call queues, extensions and conference bridges. This completely flat rate pricing has customers rating Jive's services as phenomenal.

Mitel AnyWare

Mitel AnyWare ranks amongst the top hosted PBX providers for several reasons. They provide quality service to small to medium sized businesses with the features companies need to thrive. Their customer service department is top-notch, as they assign new customers a personal consultant to help with installation for the first three days. They also have a customer help line for any issues that may arrive after the first three days.

Broadvoice

Broadvoice is well known for offering services to both residential and business customers that are in need of internet communications. Small businesses are able to save tons of money when switching to Broadvoice's hosted PBX services. At under $18 per month, Broadvoice has all the boosting features of an enterprise calling system without having to pay for a PBX server or maintenance when something breaks. Broadvoice handles everything involved in the PBX system, so customers have a hassle free experience.

People looking to compare business hosted PBX providers should visit: http://www.voipmechanic.com/voip-business-solutions.htm

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