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The Top Residential VoIP Providers of the Year, Announced by MyVoipProvider.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/03/14 -- Tons of individuals are switching from traditional landline phone systems over to residential VoIP services in order to save on monthly phone bills and improve their phone services. By receiving all the benefits of included add-ons and boosting features that come standard with VoIP packages, customers are highly satisfied with their residential VoIP provider. VoIP, which stands for voice over internet protocol, uses advanced cloud-based technology for transmitting communication signals faster and makes for more storage space in communication systems in comparison to traditional phone systems. The experts at MyVoipProvider.com have analyzed and compared all of the competing residential VoIP providers in order to determine the top residential VoIP providers of 2014. The leading residential VoIP providers of the year are: ITP, Phone Power, and VoIPo.

ITP

ITP is the very best residential VoIP provider due to their flexible package plans and easy to deal with customer service. This residential VoIP provider works hard to maintain relationships with business and residential customers of all sizes, so ITP gives customers a simple and straightforward package plan. They provide a basic metered plan, at two-and-a-half cents a minute for both home and business VoIP services. For companies and homes that have large call volume, ITP also provides scalable unlimited plans. Because of this, regardless of what telephone, fax and internet services customers need, ITP is works with users to make a tailored plan. Users do not need to have a contract with ITP and ITP still manages to connect users with excellent discounts.

Phone Power

The experts at MyVoipProvider.com has nominated Phone Power as the second best residential VoIP provider because of their extremely high customer satisfaction rates and impressive act of maintaining a wide range of different service packages that brings clientele of all sizes and telephony needs to purchase this provider. This top residential VoIP provider gives customers the option to have a long-term contract with super low rates or a monthly contract for even cheaper rates. Similar to ITP's model, Phone Power provides easy calling options with unlimited calls to virtually any client no matter the amount of phone lines purchased. Phone Power has a number of exemplary features added on to all of their plans as well. Some of their features are: a free second line, additional equipment, and 60 minutes of international calling.

VoIPo

VoIPo is amongst the top three home VoIP providers due to their clarity and easy use. Their straight-forward plans are simple and intuitive, which lets users be fully aware of what they are purchasing and can sign the intuitive contract easily. There are few differences between residential and business VoIP services with VoIPo. Small business and home phone lines each cost $15 with a monthly contract or $8.25 a month with a yearly contract. Companies and residencies with a small number of calls benefit from unlimited calls to the US and Canada, fair use limit of 5,000 minutes, and a great feature set.

People interested in residential VoIP providers should visit: http://www.myvoipprovider.com/en/Residential_VoIP_Comparison

Contact Information:
Kelly Musca
[email protected]
(858) 454-5900 x100

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