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Three SIP Trunk Providers Worth Switching Over to, Ranked by 1010PhoneRates.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/14 -- Businesses that are looking to save some money on their telecommunications, should look no further than a SIP trunk provider. These providers work with businesses and their already in place PBX system and helps businesses avoid having to spend on new expensive hardware. SIP trunk providers are a much more economical choice for telecommunications and it all goes into one place instead of having multiple lines going through different avenues.

There are plenty of providers on the market that offer SIP trunking services. For businesses looking to match the switch over to them, the toughest part of the process is knowing where to start with the search. First, it is important to see if the PBX that is already set up in the office is compatible with the service itself. Most providers will work with nearly every PBX, but it is always good to make sure as the first step. Next, a business would need to look at the price and all of the features that come with the service. Some features are unique to certain providers, so if there is one in mind that stands out as a must have, the business should inquire and make sure it is available.

With all of the SIP trunk providers on the market today, the specialists at 1010PhoneRates.com figured they could help businesses narrow down their search. They ranked the three SIP trunk providers that are worth looking into and switching over to for a business. The specialists considered compatibility, overall price, additional features and much more for their rankings. These are the three they decided on:

1) Net2Phone

Net2Phone allows their users to save some serious money with their SIP trunking services. Their products are very economical in rates and there are no long-term contracts to sign up for. Net2Phone's solutions worth with businesses of all sizes and can cater to their needs as well. They provide a high quality connection, have unlimited concurrent calls and have automatic recharging of the system.

2) BroadVoice

BroadVoice offers great and stable communications for both business and residences. Their SIP trunk services allow for businesses to keep their existing phone number, even if they are moving locations. This allows businesses to not lose contact with some of their clients and can avoid having to send a mass SPAM message detailing a change in contact information. BroadVoice's rates are very low and their customer service team is one of the best on the market. They are easily accessible and knowledgeable of all products and services.

3) 8x8, Inc.

8x8, Inc. is a veteran in the business VoIP world. They have been sustaining great service for years and their customers continue to come back to them. Their SIP trunk services save businesses money and can connect with almost any available PBX system. 8x8, Inc. is a great choice to switch over to in terms of their SIP trunking capabilities.

Businesses that are interested in learning more about SIP trunking and SIP trunk providers can visit: http://www.1010phonerates.com/sip-phone-service.html.

About 1010PhoneRates.com:

1010PhonesRates.com is an authority VoIP provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP provider for them.

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