|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 05:04 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Residences that make a high volume of calls to friends and family, even locally, can benefit from the service of a residential VoIP provider. These providers make calling locally, domestically and internationally much cheaper and easier than with a traditional landline service. For a fraction of the cost of landline, residential VoIP providers offer great sound quality, tons of additional features and the ease of making calls over the internet.
There are so many residential VoIP providers on the market today and it can become confusing for people to hash through every provider to weigh out the pros and cons of going with their service. Voxilla.com and their experts recently determined the best 3 residential VoIP providers for 2014. This list can act as a jumping off point for residences thinking about making the switch over to VoIP. For the list, the experts considered additional enhancements, overall price, customer satisfaction and more. Here are the best 3 they decided on:
ITP remains one of the leading providers in the residential VoIP market. They have made a name for themselves because of their stellar service, low prices and strong customer support team. The team is easily reachable via the web or phone and they are helpful and friendly. ITP has very competitive prices and also offer many additional calling features with their service. They have more features than any other provider on the market such as simultaneous ringing to multiple devices, 3-way calling, call waiting, remote voicemail access, do not disturb and many more.
2. Phone Power
Phone Power offers several different calling packages that can be catered to residences with different use levels. For residences that that make a large amount of international calling, they have low international rates. They also take care of customers that are just making local or domestic calls. The sign up and installation process with Phone Power is simple and hassle free. Their service also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee in case the residence finds that it doesn't need the service, they can opt out easily.
VOIPo offers tons of VoIP related services for business and residences. Their residential plans are cost effective and include unlimited calling to the United States and Canada. Their service comes with over 40 additional features and they also include a 30 day money back guarantee. Their customer support staff is readily available and knows about all of their different packages and products, so if a user has any questions, they can get them cleared up in a quick and painless manner.
Residences thinking about signing up for a residential VoIP provider should consider the providers above and see if they are a fit. Not every residence needs the same packages, so it is important to do research and find the right provider for the residence. People that are interested in learning a little bit more about residential VoIP providers can visit: http://voxilla.com/residential-voip/.
Voxilla.com is an authority SIP trunk provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best SIP trunk provider for them.
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