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The Best 3 Home VoIP Providers of the Year, Ranked by TheDigest.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/28/14 -- Voice over Internet Protocol for homes is the new and advanced way to communicate by telephone, computer, or any device with an internet connection. The online communications system that uses advanced cloud technology instead of a traditional, analog phone system, is capable of using the quickness of high speed internet for quality and clear inbound and outbound phone calls. VoIP providers are able to service sizable companies as well as small to large residential customers at low pricing and with a ton of features that usually cost extra with traditional phone services. The experts at TheDigest.com have compared the customer reviews, range of features, scalability, pricing, and efficiency in order to rank the leading home VoIP providers of the year. The top 3 residential VoIP providers of 2014 are: ITP, Phone Power, and VoIPo.

ITP

ITP is ranked as the number one home VoIP provider by TheDigest.com due to their extremely high rate of flexibility. ITP is one of the leaders in both residential and business VoIP technology because they offer services that are adjustable into whatever style and type of service your household requires. Their strategy is to provide a straight-forward metered plan at under 3 cents a minute for any household or business that with a low call volume. In addition to these perks, ITP offers scalable unlimited plans without a contract being necessary. Even without the contract, ITP supports users by offering them promotional deals. With the more service that each household purchases, the more ITP helps out. For instance, ITP gives customers a 25% discount up front if there are more than 20 lines on the same ITP plan. Some of their boosting features that are included in ITP plans are: sizeable discounts, various unlimited international calling packages, phone adapter included in the service plan, and service that is easily customized for international countries that are called the most frequently. ITP also has excellent customer service with a technical help line open all 24/7 in order to keep home VoIP solutions running smoothly at all hours.

Phone Power

Phone Power is the second best home VoIP provider for a number of reasons. Thousands of customers that use Phone Power are pleased with their VoIP services because they appeal to residences and businesses of multiple sizes while customizing to specific needs. Phone Power has discovered the ultimate way to provide a range of services while also maintaining affordable pricing. Phone Power provides home VoIP users with the choice of having a long-term contract with low prices or a monthly package that comes at a reasonable price as well. Phone Power provides straight-forward calling options, providing customers with all the calls they could virtually need. Some of the beneficial features of Phone Power include: additional equipment, a second line, and 60 minutes of global calling.

VoIPo

VoIPo is ranked amongst the top home VoIP providers because of their straight-forward, simple package plan that they provide customers with. The VoIPo residential and business VoIP are almost identical. Small businesses and residential customers receive unlimited calls to the US and Canada and they have the same fair use limit of 5,000 minutes. VoIPo also includes an exemplary feature set which is the same for both small businesses and home users. With efficient lines, and clear connections, VoIPo provides customers with great service that comes with easily understandable terms and low pricing.

People looking to learn more about home VoIP services should visit: http://www.thedigest.com/voip_residential

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Kelly Musca
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(858) 454-5900 x10001

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