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|July 17, 2014 02:03 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/14 -- Businesses can benefit from using business VoIP solutions because of their flexibility, portability and money-saving characteristics. Voip-Catalog.com has released its list of the top business VoIP solutions for modern companies. The experts at Voip-Catalog.com used an intricate rating system that included such criteria as service quality, pricing, customer rates, features, expert ratings and more. The following are the top VoIP providers that every business should consider:
Consumers rate Vonage Business Solutions very highly. Hundreds of consumers have taken the time to rate the provider with the overall 4.5-star rating that it has. The Vonage business VoIP solutions have a wealth of preloaded and addable features that any businessperson would love to use. The monthly rate for a Vonage plan can be as low as $19.99. Such a plan comes with unlimited local and long-distance calling as well as high-quality customer service and care. Consumers appreciate Vonage's business VoIP products because of their friendly user interface, which is extremely important in a time-sensitive industry.
RingCentral is a cloud-based phone system that has monthly fees as low as $24.99. A business that would like to try a business VoIP product to see how it works could use RingCentral up to 30 days free. RingCentral does not charge an activation fee or a setup fee. Additionally, its plans come with unlimited calls, faxing and text messages to the United States and to Canada. Not all providers offer faxing and texting services free. Therefore, RingCentral is popular with many places of business.
Net2Phone is an intricate business VoIP product that offers SIP trunking. SIP trunking is the wave of the future for businesses that are used to using traditional PBX systems. Net2Phone offers a pay-as-you-go plan rather than a contract. Businesses pay a small fee for their outbound and inbound calls. The Net2Phone plans offer features such as international numbers, no charge per channel, portability and amazing savings on all calls. Additionally, account holders can have as many phone numbers as they would like on their accounts. Net2Phone has a five-star rating according to people who have used the product.
CorvisaCloud is an amazing business telephone solution because it comes with Salesforce CRM software. Its plans come with a wealth of features including call recording, call transfers, ring groups, hunt groups, dial-by-name-directory and more. The software is also security compliant, so users can feel confident about their personal information and their computers. Additionally, CorvisaCloud offers an extensive line of advanced features. The monthly prices for the intricate services it provides are as low as $30 a month. CorvisaCloud users have rated it with five stars, which is a symbol of perfection.
Mitel is an extremely popular company that has more than 60 million users in the world. The plans are as low as $17.50 per month, and they offer unlimited calling in Canada and the United States. Mitel allows its prospective customers to sample the service during a free two-month trial period. Its main benefit is its high security, as a business customer will need to protect itself against hacking and other mishaps. Consumers have rated Mitel's business VoIP services with 4.5 stars, which is almost a perfect rating. Customers can feel confident about the ability of the plans offered by the Mitel Company.
Business owners can select from one of the aforementioned top five providers and choose a plan that works best with their company. Many of the selections offer a risk-free trial period so that a business customer can discover its perfect product match. Businesses interested in learning more about business VoIP solutions can visit http://www.voip-catalog.com/business-voip-providers.html.
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