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Providers With the Most Features on the Business VoIP Provider Market, Determined by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/14 -- For businesses that are looking to upgrade their telecommunication systems from landline services, a business VoIP provider can make quite a difference. These providers have costs that are exponentially lower than landline services and they allow for calls to be made over the Internet, which can make large call volumes seem less daunting. Businesses will see their relationships with other businesses begin to grow because of how easy and organized their telecommunication system has become. One big component to those successful relationships is the amount of additional features that the provider offers.

There are some features that many providers have in common and there are also some unique products that can come with a service. These features add a high quality to calling and can help make sure that a call never goes missed again. These features can include voicemail options, call forwarding, caller ID and much more. Analysts at CheapestVoipCalls.net came together to research the additional features of some of the top business VoIP providers on the market. They found that some providers did not have as many as others and the ones that were omitted, could be key to a business' success.

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions is one of the top providers of VoIP services on the market. Their name is recognizable and their services are at a very high quality. Their business VoIP services also come with a large amount of interesting and innovative features. Some of the features included are: call conferencing, detailed call logs, the ability to screen calls beforehand, do not disturb, hold music and over a dozen more. Their customers appreciate how these extra features affect the call quality and all of these options make the business, no matter the size, seem extremely organized and professional.

RingCentral

The additional features provided by RingCentral can help any business stand out from the pack. Their VoIP services are rated as some of the best on the market and all of their extras make RingCentral a strong choice for businesses looking to change their system. RingCentral offers customized phone greetings, texting features, voicemail to email, intercoms, auto-receptionist, internet faxing and many other high quality features.

Jive

Jive is another very well known provider of business VoIP services. Their customers rank them high among their competitors because of their low rates and easy to use service. Jive also has a great deal of extra features that help businesses remain above the fold when it comes to telecommunications. They offer advanced call routing options, call transfer, unlimited extensions, unlimited calling to the United States, a personal auto-attendant and the ability to never ring busy. For businesses looking for an affordable and reliable business VoIP service, Jive is a great place to start.

All of these companies have excellent features that can really enhance the call quality for businesses. For those businesses that are interested in switching to VoIP services and would like to learn a little more about products and services, they can visit: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/voip-for-small-business/.

CheapestVoipCalls.net 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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