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Three Business VoIP Solutions that Provide the Most for Businesses, Ranked by VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/14 -- Businesses need to get the most out of their telecommunication provider. After all, they are paying very good money for the service, so the business should be able to have exceptional call quality. The problem with many landline providers is that there are no added bonuses to using the service. Business VoIP solution customers get to reap many more benefits and they get to do so at a fraction of the cost of their landline competitors.

There is so much that goes into building a successful relationship with another business. Now-a-days, it doesn't just take one call; it takes multiple interactions, which requires maximum availability of a staff. Many business VoIP solutions offer an additional feature that can have calls ring to multiple devices so that an important call never is missed again. Business VoIP solutions come with an array of great features that can help build business to business relationships. They come standard with the purchase of a calling package. This is something that landline services just cannot offer.

Our specialists at VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com recently ranked the five business VoIP solutions that provide the most for a business. For their ranking, the specialists took a look at price, additional features, customer reviews and much more. These are the five business VoIP solutions that they decided on:

1) Vonage Business Solutions

According to our specialists Vonage Business Solutions have the most tools to help provide the most benefit for businesses. Vonage Business Solutions does not lock users into long term agreements, which allows them the flexibility to adapt their communications without fear of having to break an agreement. There are a ton of great features that come with Vonage's service as well. Call transfer, call waiting, simultaneous device ringing and more are all included with service from Vonage Business Solutions.

2) RingCentral

RingCental is an all inclusive system that operates in the cloud. There is no expensive hardware required and activation an instant upon signing up. RingCentral has many great additional enhancements with their service including auto-receptionist, hold music, unified messaging, voicemail to email options and many more.

3) Net2Phone

Net2Phone has high quality service for a very low price. Their business VoIP solutions are a fit for businesses of all sizes and their customers rank them very highly in terms of service. Business VoIP solutions with Net2Phone include pay-as-you-go pricing, no monthly contracts, and system automatic recharging, among others.

4) CorvisaCloud

CorvisaCloud offers several great business VoIP solution packages. Signing up for their services is simple and they have products available that can help small businesses, call centers, corporations and everything in between. They are focused on making your customers happy. If your customers are happy then you will be happy and CorvisaCloud offers that for a very economical price.

5) Mitel

Mitel have been in the business VoIP solution game for a long time and they know what their customers like. They have a stellar customer service staff that is knowledgeable and willing to assist in anything that comes up. They have many great features that enhance their products and their customers review them highly and among the elite on the market.

Businesses interested in learning more about business VoIP solutions should visit: http://virtualpbxphonesystems.com/.

VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com is an authority Virtual PBX site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences find the best Virtual PBX for them.

Contact:

Kevin Barber
(858) 454-5900 ext: 10301
[email protected]

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