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The Best Business Hosted PBX Providers of 2014, Determined by VirtualBusinessPBX.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/30/14 -- Businesses across the globe are finding that they can improve their communication systems by switching over from traditional analog phone lines to business hosted PBX services. A business hosted PBX provider is a public branch exchange that properly manages all business communications by using advanced cloud technology to make and receive phone calls. Business hosted PBX providers offer customers many of the boosting features that come as costly add-ons with traditional phone services for free along with other customizable benefits. Due to the high speed internet, business hosted PBX provides an affordable and quality telephony option for businesses of any size. The experts at VirtualBusinessPBX.com have compared customer reviews, scalability, quality of service, and affordability in order to determine the best business hosted PBX providers of the year. The top three hosted PBX providers for businesses are: Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, and Jive - Unified Communications.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is the very best hosted PBX provider and is critically acclaimed for benefiting small and medium sized businesses. Vonage Business Solutions supports businesses by offering an affordable and in-depth communications service that supports companies in growing and thriving in any competitive market. Vonage Business Solutions supports customers with feature rich solutions to assist businesses in staying at the top of their league. Some of these features include: Virtual Receptionist, Voice-to-Email, smartphone apps, Simultaneous Device Routing amongst many more. Thousands of Americans have already switched over to Vonage Business Solutions as their phone provider and the positive customer reviews show that these exemplary features assist teleworking and mobility in businesses a great deal. Vonage Business Solutions has a customer support center that is open 24/7 in order to assist businesses with every hosted PBX need and technical difficulty. They also own and develop everything that is sent your way, showing their true investment in the technology they own and distribute.

RingCentral

RingCentral is the number two business hosted PBX provider of the 2014 because of all their extra benefits that come with their already excellent service. RingCentral customers can port an existing business number or create a new one for their business. This business hosted PBX provider also offers professional-grade IP phones which are brand new and easy to assemble. The experts at VirtualBusinessPBX.com recognizes RingCentral's excellent customer reviews and attributes most of this to RingCentral's technical support that is available 24/7 along with their guarantee in a quality product. All new users receive a 30-day, risk-free trial with RingCentral. They are also with you wherever you go, so for businesses that have employees who work remotely can benefit from the RingCentral app for smartphones that works on both Androids and iPhones.

Jive - Unified Communications

Jive - Unified Communications is one of the leading providers because they deliver business hosted PBX that's reliable, enterprise-grade and is used by a plethora of businesses and government organizations of multiple sizes. Users are satisfied with Jive's benefits of unlimited extensions and unlimited local and long distance calling, which leads Jive to be the best customer rated service. Their pricing is clear and straightforward - it's a completely flat rate. No matter the company size, Jive offers unlimited local and long distance calling to 48 states along with unlimited auto attendants, extensions, voicemail boxes, call queues, ring groups, conference bridges and conference calling for under $20 a month.

Businesses interested in learning more about business hosted PBX providers should visit:
http://www.virtualbusinesspbx.com/virtual-pbx-providers

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