|By Marketwired .||
|July 11, 2014 12:23 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/14 -- Businesses want to succeed and make money. Communication can be an impediment that hampers that success. Outdated landlines are usable, but often slow the business process. An organized communication system that speeds up the process, cuts phone bills dramatically, and helps a business grow can be attained through a SIP Trunk provider.
These are some benefits of switching to a SIP Trunk provider. Businesses pay more for landline service. Minute usage is not part of the inexpensive internet calls that have local, national, and international plans. SIP Trunk providers add features that are designed to help businesses build and maintain new relationships.
Voxilla.com experts have ranked three top SIP Trunk Providers for 2014. The criteria taken into account when making the recommendations were ratings from experts, user reviews, features, price and more. The three top choices in order of preference are:
There are no contracts for Net2Phone's service. Payment is made based on usage. Data and IP voice are merged into a single scalable connection that reduces customers' traditional long distance call costs by 90 percent. No hardware is required to install the Net2Phone SIP Trunk. It works with your existing IP PBX. Traditional phone lines are replaced with a lone IP circuit that saves considerable infrastructure costs. A variety of SIP Trunk solutions is provided by New2Phone that meet the needs of a business of any size. Net2Phone provides a dedicated account manager, and technical support is free. One number gives multiple applications that include PBX, Softphone, and Calling Card. You can be assured the Net2Phone SIP Trunk solution is first in its class because of the extensive interoperability testing that has been conducted.
The price of BroadVoice ranges from a monthly $5.95 plus $5.47 for unlimited incoming and 100 outgoing calls on your own device to a plan costing $34.95 plus $5.47 for unlimited nationwide outbound calls and Video to Ojo phones. Choosing BroadVoice is choosing a state-of-the-art system. The Cloud PBX features listed on the website number 30 ways to deal with calls. The SIP Trunk features include 4-1-1, 9-1-1, name supported caller ID, virtual international numbers, an online dashboard, and operator services. You may keep your existing number. Inbound calls are unlimited. An optional non-local and toll free numbers are available. Compliance and security are important to BroadVoice. Putting customers first is a pledge made by the company.
3) 8x8, Inc.
Starting at $19.99 per month all your business calls can be delivered by the latest, reliable VoIP technology that 8x8 offers. 8x8 is the only VoIP service that hosts both web conferencing and instant messaging. By having long distance, local, and voicemail services from one provider, savings of as much as 50 percent are possible. A professional, lasting impression is created with the reliable service and feature-loaded IP phones 8x8 provides. From an 8x8 mobile softphone, calls can be made and taken from your computer, Android phone, iPad, or iPhone. Calls can be answered and routed automatically by using the automated attendant that is easy to setup. 8x8 has resources and tools to help with the implementation and operation of its product.
Putting your communication needs in the right hands is an important business decision. The providers mentioned here provide great service and support. Phone bill costs are cut. The companies do the lion's of the work for you, so that other business aspects can be the center of your attention. The PBX system switches calls using local lines and allows external phone lines to be shared. Those using landlines need to consider the alternatives displayed here.
Businesses interested in learning more about SIP Trunk providers should visit: http://voxilla.com/sip/.
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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