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The Top 3 Business VoIP Providers of the Year, Announced by TheDigest.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/14/14 -- VoIP, which stands for voice over internet protocol, uses cloud based technology to deliver speedy phone connection rates at a lower price than traditional analog phone systems that use cables to transmit communications. Due to high speed internet, VoIP services provide an effective communication platform that brings quality sound, information data storage and a wide range of features that would cost additional pricing with traditional telephone services. Businesses that use more than one line or want to sync their fax, voicemail, or calling systems together or be able to access a business line from multiple phone devices have switched over to a business VoIP provider in order to strengthen their company's communications. Business phone service analysts from TheDigest.com have compared plan rates, quality of service, customer reviews, and benefits of features in order to determine the leading business VoIP providers of 2014. The top 3 business providers of the year are: Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, and Jive - Unified Communications.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions has been rated by the experts at TheDigest.com as the very best business VoIP provider for a number of reasons. Specializing in providing exemplary service to small and medium sized business, Vonage Business Solutions (formerly Vocalocity) has affordable pricing and scalability that customizes services to companies as they grow and expand. They have a great list of features that come standard with their package plans like: a unified inbox for voicemail, email, and fax; call flip, voicemail transcription, and an award-winning dashboard interface that is extremely intuitive for all users -- even those who are new to VoIP! Their success rate is unparamounted, as customers continuously rave about Vonage service and on average their business VoIP solutions save small businesses at least 30% on monthly phone bills. Thoroughly invested in the technology they send you, Vonage Business Solutions owns and develops everything that you purchase through them.

RingCentral

RingCentral is one of the top three business VoIP providers because they have the dual ability to customize their products for very small business while also adding boosting features for large companies because of their scalable business VoIP solution. Regardless of the plan that best fits your company, RingCentral makes sure to include features in every plan. Each plan includes at least: unlimited calling to the US and Canada, unlimited extensions, 1,000 toll-free minutes, one direct-dial local number per user and one toll-free and one direct-dial local number for voice and fax. Guaranteed to enjoy their service, RingCentral offers all new customers a 30-day risk-free trial period.

Jive - Unified Communications

Jive - Unified Communications has a completely revolutionary approach to VoIP pricing, and that's just one of the reasons why customers rave about them. With Jive business VoIP, regardless of business size, customers receive a completely flat rate. At under $20 a month, customers have unlimited local and long distance calls to the US and helpful features like unlimited auto attendants, extensions, voicemail, call queues, ring groups, conference calling and conference bridges. Along with unbeatable pricing, Jive is well known for having a reliable and secure network and great customer service.

Businesses who are looking for VoIP services should visit:
http://www.thedigest.com/voip_business

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