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The Best Residential VoIP Providers of 2014, Ranked by VoipMechanic.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/05/14 -- Telephone service providers have discovered the most efficient and cost cutting way to have quality telecommunication services. Using internet technology and the cloud, residential VoIP, or voice over internet protocol, uses the internet to transmit phone signals instead of using landlines like traditional analog phones. With cloud communications, residential VoIP providers are able to give customers smooth and quality phone services into homes while including a wide range of features at prices much cheaper than traditional phones. The experts at VoipMechanic.com have compared all aspects of VoIP services and have ranked the best residential VoIP providers of the year as: ITP, Phone Power, and Axvoice.

ITP

ITP is the number one best residential VoIP provider because of their flexible service plans. ITP is one of the leaders in VoIP technology because they know that customers like having customizable plans to better fit their individual telephony needs. Their service is tailored to individuals, providing a basic metered plan at two-and-a-half cents a minute, for both businesses and phones with a low call volume, such as calls from home. ITP also provides scalable unlimited plans and they do not require users to have a contract. Even without a contract, customers with more than 20 lines with the same ITP plan receive a 25% discount up front. ITP also has a plethora of features like: hefty discounts, various unlimited international calling packages, a phone adapter included in your service plan, and includes international countries that households call most frequently. ITP has customer service with real people on their technical help line 24/7 so that users can be assisted with residential VoIP at all times.

Phone Power

The experts at VoipMechanic.com have selected Phone Power as the second best home VoIP provider because of this provider's excellent customer satisfaction rates and being able to manage a wide range of different service plans that bring clientele of all sizes and communications needs to purchase this provider. This top residential VoIP provider lets users choose between having a long-term contract with extremely low rates or a monthly contract for even more reduced rates. Phone Power provides customers with simple calling options that provide unlimited calls to virtually anyone no matter the amount of phone lines purchased. Phone Power has a number of great features that come with all of their plans as well. Some of their features include: a free second line, additional equipment, and 60 minutes of international calling.

Axvoice

Axvoice is ranked as one of the top residential VoIP providers of the year, offering the fairest priced package plan of residential VoIP services for the US and Canada. Their service is easy for all types of households to set up, as they provide customers with a device that can be self-installed and works right out of the box. No new phones are necessary because their home phone services work with most VoIP phone adapters available in the telecom market. Customers are satisfied with their product and Axvoice wants to keep customers satisfied so they offer a money back guarantee if new users are not happy with the service.

The prerequisites Axvoice requires for new users before purchasing their home VoIP plan are: a high speed internet connection, a spare ethernet port to connect the Axvoice VoIP Phone Adapter if the user wants to connect to Axvoice while also using the internet for other things, a touchtone phone, and a US/Canada credit or debit card.

VoipMechanic.com shows services and plans from a wide variety of providers. While ITP, Phone Power, and Axvoice are the top best residential providers, other providers can be researched and purchased by visiting VoipReview.org. Whether you are looking for the perfect VoIP package for your home or business, make sure to learn more about different VoIP services by visiting: http://www.voipreview.org/

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