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Five of the Best Residential VoIP Providers Available on the Market, Determined by Voxilla.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- The specialists at Voxilla.com have devised a list of the best residential VoIP providers on the market. Consumers who are thinking of making a switch from traditional services to residential VoIP services can feel confident that the following companies will provide them with elite services. The experts used a number of criteria for selecting the top five companies. The criteria included elements such as pricing, features, user reviews, expert rankings and more.

1. ITP

Internet Telephone Provider or ITP offers its new customers security and confidence with their residential VoIP service. The company has residential VoIP plans that are as low as $8.32 a month, and it does not ask for its new customers to pay for a year's service up front. The company gives its new customers the opportunity to pay 10 small monthly payments for service. Additionally, ITP residential services come with two months of free unlimited calling for any calling plan. Consumers who have used the service have rated it above average for its benefits and its integrity.

2. Phone Power

Phone Power has a consumer rating of four out of five stars. Its VoIP plans are full of premium features for a low monthly payment of $5.99 and up. Phone Power's services come with such residential features as free calls to the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Additionally, the Phone Power plans offer a second line for free as well as a wealth of enhancements such as e911, blocklist and Failsafe, which is a call forwarding feature that comes in handy when the customer experiences an Internet service outage. Furthermore, Phone Power has a current promotion that offers its new customers one free second year of service with upfront payment for the first year.

3. VOIPo

VOIPo is another company that offers an extremely low monthly rate. Its residential plans can be as low as $6.21 per month with a two-year contract. Features that come with VOIPo's packages are features such as text messaging, rollover line, unlimited calling to the United States and Canada, and 60 free International calls every month. VOIPo's plans include more than 40 amazing features that a person can enjoy. VOIPo has a four-star rating from consumers for its clarity, customer service, and plethora of features.

4. Axvoice

Axvoice offers a one-year contract for $75. That amount adds up to a low monthly rate of $6.25. The residential plan comes with several amazing features such as call forwarding, Failover, simultaneous ring, blacklist, online account management and more. Axvoice does not charge any hardware fees or setup fees, which make it a popular VoIP choice among consumers. Additionally, new customers can bring their numbers to Axvoice from other providers so they do not have to lose touch with friends, family members and important clientele. Furthermore, the company offers a money back guarantee so its clients will know that it stands behind its products.

5. magicJack

magicJack is the winner of the 2013 Frost & Sullivan Award for its highly ethical practices and its customer-service oriented VoIP business. magicJack offers customer service all hours of the day and night because the company understands that consumers need assistance all the time. magicJack has a 30-day free trial period so that a prospective customer can sample the services. The plan includes features such as caller ID, voicemail, call waiting, call forwarding and 411 services. magicJack is a reliable VoIP provider that has been around since 1989.

Consumers can have the utmost faith when selecting service from one of the aforementioned companies. The experts at Voxilla.com conducted extensive and thorough research to bring this list to the market for consumer consideration. Businesses that are looking for more information on residential VoIP providers can visit: http://voxilla.com/residential-voip/.

About Voxilla.com:

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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