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The Top 3 Wholesale VoIP Providers for 2014, Ranked by VoIP-Catalog.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/06/14 -- In today's world of business, a strong foundation in communications is almost always related to success. A reliable system of telecommunications is vital for any major business to function properly, so every aspect of that area is important. VoIP, or voice over internet protocol, is an innovative method of telecommunications that provides an alternative to landlines that is both faster and more consistent. Complementing the effectiveness of these newer systems, VoIP is used by many of the large, cutting edge companies across several different industries.

Generally speaking, there are a great number of advantages that switching from a landline to voice over internet protocol system will bring. One of the most appealing advantages is in financial savings; voice over internet protocol is typically less expensive than landlines, so money spared in the budget can be moved into profits or reallocated to upgrade other aspects of the business. Along with lower costs, voice over internet protocol services often offer more versatility with a variety of packages that include global, local, and long distance calling.

The team of experts at VoIP-Catalog.com has put together a list of the top three wholesale VoIP providers for 2014. These telecommunication industry leaders have been judged based on several different aspects including cost, features, user experience, and expert opinions.

1) VoIP Innovations

VoIP Innovations is regarded as a leader in the telecommunications industry as one of the best wholesale VoIP providers. Providing high quality wholesale VoIP services, the team at VoIP Innovations never fails to impress. One of VoIP Innovations' greatest strengths is their versatility and ability to provide a wide range of features. Their primary features include wholesale VoIP origination, termination, and emergency 911 services to resellers. VoIP Innovations Titanium III is a remarkable system that allows for simple, but efficient telecommunications for businesses of numerous different sizes. While VoIP Innovations' excellent service speaks for itself, the company has collected numerous accolades over the years. The most notable of these include the Pittsburgh 100 and Tech 200 awards. Both experts and users have come to the agreement that VoIP innovations offers services that are fast, reliable, and consistent; outages are quite rare with this company due to regular maintenance and an excellent support team. Package costs vary, but VoIP offers reasonable prices.

2) Alcazar Networks

Based in the United States, Alcazar Networks is a provider of both VoIP and ISP services. While VoIP does not dedicate all of its strength to a single service, Alcazar Networks makes great efforts with around the clock customer support to ensure that clients receive assistance when it is needed. Alcazar Networks' VoIP services include wholesale origination, wide coverage, local number portability, wholesale termination, low cost routing, T.38 termination, and a toll free termination service. The team at Alcazar Networks is brilliant on the business end, so they are able to provide excellent service at a low cost. The company also boasts strategic relationships with other carriers and partners within the field of telecommunications, so they are able to avoid aggressive competition that could hinder performance. While an outage may occur on a rare occasion, the quick and thorough service provided by support staff gets VoIP service up and running again in a short amount of time.

3) Voxox

Voxox is one of the most popular wholesale VoIP providers for the global telecommunications market. Voxox combines both Voice over internet protocol and cloud services to create a system that is both affordable and reliable. The most popular Voxox package provides peer-to-peer voice and video calls, VoIP calling to landlines and mobile phones, call routing, screening functionality, texting, multi-protocol instant messaging, social network aggregation, faxing and file transfer. Although the system can lag at times, Voxox's services usually operate effectively. Voxox also offers the incentive of free incoming calls and text messages, so charges are only based on outgoing communications. Voxox is an excellent service for businesses that require a wide range of features at affordable rates.

With a business world that continues to rely more on digital technologies and long distance communications, effective wholesale VoIP providers are absolutely necessary in order to experience any degree of success. Upgrading from a landline to voice over internet protocol methods is a smart business decision that the experts at VoIP-Catalog.com are equipped to assist with.

People interested in learning more about Wholesale VoIP Providers can visit: http://www.voip-catalog.com/voip_catalog_wholesale-voip_1.html.

VoIP Catalog.org 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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