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The Best 5 Business VoIP Providers for 2014, Announced by Voxilla.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/27/14 -- For businesses that are just beginning or for businesses that are in the initial stages of becoming successful, telecommunications and growing relationships are top priorities. The only way to grow a business is to reach out to potential partners and to be able to do so in a quick and timely manner. Landline services used to be the main way for businesses to communicate with one another but that has all changed with the growing popularity or business VoIP providers.

Business VoIP providers give businesses all of the necessary tools that can help them become successful. Not only are all of the tools at the disposal of the client, but the cost alone can save hundreds on monthly phone bills. For businesses that are just getting started, this can be a huge difference in building their success. Business VoIP providers also include many great additional features to enhance call performance. Voicemail options, call forwarding, conferencing and more are just some of the extra's that can be offered from a carrier.

Analysts at Voxilla.com recently put together a list of the best 5 business VoIP providers for 2014. They analyzed prices, customer reviews, features and more. Here are the best 5 they decided on:

1) Vonage Business Solutions

The leading business VoIP provider is Vonage Business Solutions. They have a wide array of great enhancements for very competitive rates. Vonage offers no contracts and no installation fees, so customers can feel at ease if they do not need the service; they are not locked into a long term agreement. Vonage is a leader in business VoIP because they know what their users need and they provide them quality service for low prices.

2) RingCentral

RingCentral's cloud system is innovative and also gives companies everything they could need to function and grow relationships. RingCentral has no expensive hardware and their equipment is very easy to navigate and is user-friendly. Their client service staff is knowledgeable of all of their products and is available via phone, email or chat on their web site. The services from RingCentral are highly customizable and can cater to the needs of small or large businesses.

3) Jive

Jive has very low rates and a ton of great additional features, Jive offers additional extensions, auto attendant, unlimited calling in the United States and much more. Jive is a well known player in the business VoIP provider market and their customers rank them very highly year after year.

4) Mitel

Mitel has a highly adaptable service that can be tailored to fit the needs of their clients. Their client service staff is friendly and very helpful with any inquiries that come their way. Mitel's MiCloud business VoIP system can save a business a ton on their monthly bills and enhance the quality of their relationships with other businesses.

5) BroadVoice

BroadVoice's business VoIP services include SIP trunking, cloud PBX and more. Their service comes with call waiting, fax-to-email options, call logs and plenty of other options. BroadVoice's rates are very competitive and they have become one of the leading names in business VoIP today.

People that are interested in learning more about business VoIP providers can visit: http://voxilla.com/business-voip/.

About Voxilla.com:

Voxilla.com is an authority SIP trunk provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best SIP trunk provider for them.

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