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The Best 5 Residential VoIP Providers for 2014, Determined by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/28/14 -- Many people that know about VoIP services may think that it is only a service meant for businesses. However, there are certain providers that cater to residences as well and sometimes even both. Residential VoIP providers are aware of how important keeping in touch with friends and family is and they provide the service that can help people talk for as long as they'd like for much cheaper than landline service can offer.

Residential VoIP providers equip residences with the technology to make calls over the internet, which can save hundreds on monthly phone bills. That savings can go towards many other aspects for a household instead of towards their telecommunications. Residential VoIP providers also have many additional features and enhancements available to make calling friends and family fun, productive and affordable.

Experts at CheapestVoipCalls.net recently determined the best 5 residential VoIP providers for 2014. For their list they analyzed customer satisfaction, price, features and more. Here are the best 5 residential VoIP providers that they determined:

1) Internet Telephone Company (ITP)

ITP has several packages available for their residential VoIP services. Their basic plans start at $9.99 per month. They even have global unlimited plans which allow for users to call internationally as much as they want to. All of ITP's packages come with call forwarding options, voicemail to email, do not disturb and more. ITP also offers no cancellation fees as well as no long term contracts.

2) PhonePower

PhonePower has some of the best international calling rates on the market. Their services reach to over 55 countries and provide over 45 additional features. Blocklist, e911 service, speed dial, call waiting and simultaneous ring to multiple devices are just some of the features offered. PhonePower also allows their users a 30 day satisfaction guarantee, just in case the user feels like their services are not the right fit for their residence.

3) VOIPo

VOIPo offers very competitive rates for their residential VoIP services. Their customer service team is on point and is very easy to get in touch with when a user may have a question or technical problem. They also offer a 30 Day money back guarantee for users to test the service to see if it is a fit for them. Their call quality is clear and their service comes with many great additional features.

4) Axvoice

Axvoice has over 30 additional calling features that come standard with their plans. Axvoice also offers unlimited calling to the United States and Canada as well as free hardware and activation. Axvoice has incredibly low monthly or yearly rates and their client service team is very quick to respond to inquiries.

5) magicJack

Service with magicJack is easy to activate and easy to use. Their adapter hooks up to a residence's already existing internet connection and home phone and then users can begin to make calls. Their customer service is highly ranked by their clients and their low rates are what makes magicJack one of the top names on the market today.

People that are interested in learning more about residential VoIP providers can visit: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/residential-voip/.

CheapestVoipCalls.net is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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