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The Leading Business VoIP Providers of 2014, Determined by VoipMechanic.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- Businesses across the globe are seeking voice over internet protocol services in order to expand and make better their communications department. By switching over to VoIP, users are able to take advantage of high speed internet and the boosting features that this cloud-based technology makes so easily accessible. Instead of using traditional, analog phone systems that use cables to transmit signals, VoIP uses the internet for its unified communication system that has made the telecommunication field so much more intuitive, offers higher quality service, and keeps calling information more organized and well managed. The researchers at VoipMechanic.com have compared customer reviews, quality of service, provider scalability, and cost efficiency in order to determine the leading business VoIP providers of the year. According to the experts at VoipMechanic.com, the top business VoIP providers are: Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, and Jive - Unified Communications.

1. Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is ranked as the number one business VoIP provider by VoipMechanic.com because of their low pricing and great scalability options. Vonage Business Solutions knows that growing businesses need different things, and Vonage offers customizable features that don't always come standard with other providers. Some of their exemplary features include: a unified inbox for fax, voicemail and email; call flip; voicemail transcription; and an intuitive interface that is award-winning. Small to medium sized companies are grateful for Vonage Business Solutions, as their hosted PBX technology has helped companies lower their monthly phone costs by at least 30%. Fully invested in their cloud-based technology, Vonage Business Solutions owns and develops everything sent to customers. They also make sure to update the latest software technology as soon as possible to keep your business running smoothly.

2. RingCentral

RingCentral is the second leading business VoIP provider due to their complete and quality telecommunication solutions. Thanks to RingCentral, companies are able to add enough lines for their business while tailoring the system to best fit their telecom needs. RingCentral not only offers quality service that runs smoothly and securely, but they also are prompt in getting companies set up as soon as possible. They have a great customer service team and let you connect to your system the day that the phones and system arrive. Companies can receive service for as low as $20 per month through RingCentral and each plan comes with the following features: unlimited calling to the US and Canada, unlimited extensions, 1,000 toll-free minutes, one direct-dial local number per user and one direct-dial local numbers for voice and fax.

3. Jive - Unified Communications

Hailing as the third best business VoIP provider is Jive - Unified Communications. Jive offers a completely flat rate, no matter your company size or needs. At just $19.95 a month, businesses can receive unlimited local and long distance calling within the United States, unlimited auto attendants, extensions, call queues, voicemail, ring groups, and conference bridges. More than that, Jive provides users with over thirty-five extensive features without an additional cost. Their customer service is well renowned and have an extremely reliable network.

People looking to compare business VoIP providers can do so here: http://www.voipmechanic.com/voip-business-solutions.htm

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