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The Leading Wholesale VoIP Providers of 2014, Determined by VoipReview.org

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/19/14 -- The leading Wholesale VoIP providers supply VoIP businesses with some type of hosted VoIP service that is then redistributed by the VoIP provider. Hosted PBX and VoIP providers generally seek to buy from wholesale VoIP providers when there is a need to use or resell VoIP while not wanting to manage the technology or equipment that is involved with hosted PBX. Companies that use wholesale VoIP providers are able to access a wide range of set features, including: origination and termination, international A-Z, FCC E911 compliant and 411 access, colocation and PBX hosting. Using these features and the benefits of wholesale VoIP, VoIP providers are able to focus on non-hardware related issues with their company in order to give VoIP clients premium business VoIP. The research analysts at VoipReview.org have compared the leading wholesale VoIP providers and have discoverd the top 3 of the year.

VoIP Innovations
VoIP Innovations has been determined by VoipReview.org as the very best wholesale VoIP provider of the year. At the center of the VoIP market for over a decade, VoIP Innovations has the experience, complete staff, and extensive network so that VoIP customers are able to step up their business productivity using the intuitive wholesale VoIP from VoIP Innovations. VoIP Innovations gives customers the ability to have high quality service while still getting an exceptional service at a low monthly rate. These exceptional rates come from VoIP Innovations investing in services from the nation's largest telecom providers. With wholesale VoIP origination and termination coverage internationally, VoIP Innovations also gives quality services to ITSPS and resellers through their unique industry leading BackOffice, Titanium III, VoIP Innovations.

VOXOX
VOXOX is another leading wholesale VoIP provider as ranked by VoipReview.org due to their complex and comprehensive communications solutions that give customers the highest quality VoIP services on the market. VOXOX manages to cover more channels, devices, and networks than almost any other provider because of their cloud communications that have a unified platform with IP telephony solutions with low rates. In addition to the basic features that tend to come with wholesale VoIP services, VOXOX offers free peer-to-peer voice and video calls, texting, call routing and screening, cheap VoIP calling to landlines and mobiles, social network aggregation, multi-protocol instant messaging, faxing large file transfer and real-time IM and messaging language transcription between almost 50 languages.

Alcazar Networks
Standing out as a unique wholesale termination carrier, Alcazar Networks accepts and caters to a multitude of dialer traffic. Customers of Alcazar Networks are able to save tons on dialer termination with high capacity and receive exceptional quality service. With toll-free termination and DIDs as low as $0.40, customers also get high quality termination with over 164,000 routes making for satisfied users. Alcazar Networks promises a dependable service with carrier-grade termination service on an extensive voice network.

Companies who would like to learn more about wholesale VoIP providers should visit: http://www.voipreview.org/wholesale.aspx

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