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The Best 5 Business VoIP Providers for 2014, Ranked by Voip-Catalog.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/14/14 -- Every business knows their strengths and weaknesses. For many struggling businesses and those that are just getting started, they may not know just how important telecommunications is. Telecommunications will allow for businesses to connect and remain connected to other businesses. This will help relationships and partnerships grow and in time become beneficial on both ends. However, having a landline service or the wrong telecommunication process in place can hinder those relationships from ever getting started.

Business VoIP providers have tons of options that can fit the needs of any business model. Their services also come at a fraction of the cost as traditional landline services and provide dozens of additional features to enhance the user experience. Many providers have features such as call forwarding, voicemail options, auto attendants, conference calling and more.

Our experts at Voip-Catalog.com recently compiled a ranking of the best 5 business VoIP providers for 2014. For their ranking, the experts considered overall price, quality of additional enhancements, customer reviews and more. Here are the best 5 that they came up with:

1) Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is one of the best business VoIP providers on the market. Their service has many great additional features that allow for users to keep their calls organized and enhance call quality. Some of the features included are voicemail-to-email options, a virtual receptionist, smart phone apps and more. The company has low rates for domestic and international calling and has a top notch customer service team that is available for assisting customers via phone, email or their web site.

2) RingCentral

RingCentral's business VoIP service has more additional features than any of their competitors. Their rates and plans begin at around $24.99 per month and activation is instant and simple. RingCentral's cloud based system has innovative service and products that their customers love. Their clients rank them among the best in terms of price, features and overall effectiveness.

3) Jive

Jive has unlimited calling to the United States and Canada. Jive offers no contracts or long term obligations. This allows for customers to be able to use Jive and their services when they need it and on a month-to-month basis. They have great features such as online fax, never ring busy, advanced call routing and more.

4) Mitel

Mitel also operates on a cloud system called the MiCloud. The MiCloud combines high quality business VoIP service at affordable rates. Their customers rank them among some of the best on the market because of their innovative products and their customer service team is extremely knowledgeable and helpful when contacted.

5) BroadVoice

BroadVoice has great business VoIP products that allow businesses to focus on growing relationships and less about their telecommunication. They have state-of-the-art-hardware, cloud PBX systems, SIP trunking and many more products available. BroadVoice has competitive rates and continue to be on the forefront of VoIP technology.

People or businesses that are interested in learning more about business VoIP providers can visit: http://www.voip-catalog.com/business-voip-providers.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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