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The Top 4 Business VoIP Providers for 2014, Ranked by

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/12/14 -- For businesses, there are many obstacles you must overcome to become not only successful, but also profitable. Communication is essential. For this reason, business VoIP providers will help any company grow. Experts at just compiled a list of the top 4 business VoIP providers of 2014, and multiple criteria went into compiling this list. Price, features, user reviews, and expert ratings went into their decision. Here are the top 4 business VoIP providers for 2014 that they decided on:

1. Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions offer a great VoIP plans. One of their best options is the unlimited extensions plan. One of the reasons that this plan is so popular is because it allows businesses to make unlimited flat rate calls each month without a contract. This includes both local and in-network calls. But, the real selling point is the ease of adding these extensions. Business owners are able to connect with all of their employees using a single phone system, no matter where they are. Plus, the price isn't too expensive, just $39.99 per month.

2. RingCentral

RingCentral has some of the best rates on the market. Not only are their plans affordable, but they're also convenient. For instance, users won't need additional hardware and the installation process is both quick and simple. Their VoIP service operates on a cloud based system, which combines call management, fax service, conferencing, mobile apps, and fully configured IP phones. Also included are 1,000 toll-free minutes along with video conferencing, which can hold 4 people per meeting. RingCentral offers a 30-day free trial and their rates begin at around $24.99 per month.

3. Jive

Jive also runs on a cloud system. One of the major selling point is how easy the installation process is. In fact, Jive phones are shipped to their clients ready to plug-in and use. No hardware setup is required and calls are ready to go live within a few minutes. Some of the features include being able to page a specific group, transfer a call to someone's voicemail, connect 10 people to a conference bridge and many more.

4. Mitel

Mitel is one of the top VoIP providers on the market today. Their services are a great fit for small or medium-sized companies. Supported with the MiCloud system, this system is hosted through secure data centers, so breaches or loss of information is never a concern. Plus, the rates are especially low and you get the support of a knowledgeable customer service staff. With Jive, clients get unlimited calling to the U.S. and Canada, a set of easy to use phones, intuitive web administration, mobile device integration, and much more.

Finding the right business VoIP providers is important. The previously listed providers are all great companies that all aid in installation processes and customer service. Using any of these business VoIP providers will enable any company to focus on business, instead of calling costs. People that are interested in learning more about business VoIP providers can visit:

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