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The Best Wholesale VoIP Providers of the Year, Announced by MyVoipProvider.com

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- Wholesale VoIP providers are responsible for providing VoIP businesses with a hosted PBX hardware system that is able to be redistributed by the purchasing VoIP provider. VoIP providers are most interested in becoming customers of wholesale VoIP providers because they are able to resell the VoIP without having the extra hassle of managing and maintaining the hardware that's involved with VoIP services. By using wholesale VoIP, VoIP providers are able to access a multitude of features that come standard like: 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 upkeep with their services in order to give VoIP clients the best possible business VoIP. The experts at MyVoipProvider.com have analyzed the different aspects that go into wholesale VoIP and have determined the top providers of 2014.

VoIP Innovations
VoIP Innovations is ranked as the best wholesale VoIP provider by MyVoipProvider.com for a number of reasons. VoIP Innovations has reminded at the top of the VoIP market for more than a decade. They have the experience, an extensive network and a staff team that knows the ins and outs of VoIP technology. Using the latest cloud technology, VoIP companies can easily utilize the intuitive wholesale VoIP from VoIP Innovations. Providing exceptional service that is reliable and dependable, VoIP Innovations also comes at a low cost so that companies get the best of both worlds. VoIP Innovations supplies wholesale VoIP origination and termination coverage across the globe and is able to provide quality services to ITSPS and resellers through the company's unique industry leading BackOffice and Titanium III.

VOXOX
VOXOX is the number two top wholesale VoIP provider based on the research of MyVoipProvider.com because they offer a complete and durable unified communications system that provides VoIP customers with elite and VoIP to help them stay competitive in the VoIP market. This leading wholesale VoIP provider covers more channels, networks and devices than most competing providers because of their cloud technology that successfully utilizes a unified platform with IP telephony solutions all at cheap monthly fees. With more than standard wholesale VoIP features, VOXOX offers clients free peer-to-peer voice and video calls, cheap VoIP calling to landlines and mobiles, texting, call routing and screening, social network aggregation, multi-protocol instant messaging, faxing large file transfer and real-time IM and messaging language transcription amongst over 40 languages.

Alcazar Networks
Ranking amongst the top wholesale VoIP providers, Alcazar Networks has a broad range of dialer traffic that it both accepts and caters to. Alcazar Networks clients save tons on their VoIP services by purchasing their dialer termination with high capacity while receiving premium service. Providing customers with toll-free termination and DIDs as low as 40 cents, customers receive high quality termination with over 164,000 routes! Alcazar Networks promises reliable service with carrier-grade termination over an extensive voice network.

Businesses interested in reading more about wholesale VoIP providers can visit: http://www.myvoipprovider.com/en/wholesale-voip

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