|By Marketwired .||
|May 22, 2014 06:51 PM EDT||
SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/14 -- Residential hosted PBX systems are helping people across the globe access more affordable and higher quality telephone systems. As opposed to a traditional cable-based phone system, a hosted PBX is a public branch exchange that takes advantage of the internet and cloud technology as the line transferring system. Thanks to the high speeds of the internet, residential hosted PBX providers are able to offer package plans to customers at a lower cost than traditional phone providers. Customers of residential PBX systems are pleased with the wide range of features that come standard with their packages, as they usually cost an additional fee with traditional phones. The experts at VoipMechanic.com considered cost, customer review, scalability, and quality of service in order to rank the top residential PBX providers of the year. The leading providers are: ITP, Phone Power, and VoIPo.
VoipMechanic.com has determined that ITP is the number one top residential PBX provider of 2014. ITP extends to their customers a basic metered plan for under 3 cents a minute for all nationwide calling. Businesses and residential customers alike are able to save huge amounts on their monthly phone bill if making low call volumes. Customers give ITP great reviews because they are ideal for homes with ITP's customizable services that mold to users' specific communications needs. ITP offers users scalable plans with unlimited numbers all without a binding contract. ITP does not require a contract, but still manages to give customers some amazing promotions with the more of the service they use. For examples, clients with more than 20 lines will receive a 25% discount. ITP also has boosting features such as: a phone adapter included in the service plan, various unlimited international calling packages, and ITP's service is customized for international countries that are most frequently called. The technical help line is also open 24/7 to help you keep your home's communication lines running smoothly at all times.
Phone Power has been ranked as the second leading residential hosted PBX provider in part due to their insurmountably high rates of customer satisfaction. With an amazing combination of having a range of separate service packages for customers of varying and growing company sizes while also being flexible with pricing, customers have not found much to complain about with their Phone Power service provider. Phone Power is scalable and adjusts their plans based on what customers need. Phone Power provides customers with the option between a long-term contract with low rates or a monthly contract that costs a bit more but is also still affordable. Phone Power's direct and intuitive calling plan gives all customers virtually unlimited calls. Some of their features include: additional equipment, a second line, and 60 minutes of international calling.
VoIPo provides users with a straightforward contract and service plan in order to make switching over from traditional phones as smooth and simple as possible. VoIPo comes with a no-hassle service for residential PBX customers. They include only slight differences between residential and business VoIP services. For instance, small businesses and residential purchasers alike receive phone lines at a monthly price of $15 a month when they purchase a monthly contract or they receive lines for $8.25 a month with a yearly contract. VoIPo also includes benefits in their plans that customers love, such as unlimited calls to the US and Canada as well as a fair use limit of 5,000 minutes, allowing customers to virtually make as many calls as they need.
People who are looking to read more about residential PBX providers can do so here: http://www.voipmechanic.com/residential-voip-providers.htm
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