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Three Business VoIP Solutions That a Business Should Consider, Determined by VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/04/14 -- Every business's goal is to become successful and profitable, and one of the best ways for them to do that is by finding an economically feasible way to communicate effectively, quickly, and cheaply with their various partners, customers, and clientele. Landline technology has been steadily becoming slower when compared to modern day technologies, which keep growing larger while consistently lowering their costs. If a business today is looking to simultaneously cut down on their telecommunication expenses while also increasing the speed and efficiency at which they can connect with the outside world, then they need to look into business VoIP providers.

There are a variety of benefits that a modern business can get by switching over to a business VoIP line. First of all, the service is much, much cheaper than a standard landline. Internet calling has and continues to get less and less expensive with each passing year, and those companies that provide business VoIP solutions have local plans as well as long distance or international, so there's no longer any real need to count up minutes like there had been in past decades. Aside from the financial benefit, there are quite a bit more features that come standard with VoIP than what companies get with basic landlines. These features are varied and there are different ones available with different business VoIP providers, but they are generally engineered to allow companies to maintain their existing relationships while making it easier to forge new ones.

There are a ton of business VoIP solutions out there, and each of them have their own distinct options, so how does one choose the very best for their company with so many metrics to consider? Luckily, the experts at VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com took multiple criteria into account to create their ranking including: price, features, user reviews, expert ratings, and more. Overall, there were three top VoIP providers that outshined the rest of the competition:

Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage is one of the leading names in the business VoIP industry, and it's easy to see why. They don't have any installation fees, nor are there any contracts. In addition to that, they have very low international rates and give their customers the ability to stay in regular contact with their clients while they're out of the office. Another thing they offer is a variety of smart phone apps, voicemail to email services, and a virtual receptionist, as well as many more options. They're a great choice for anyone who wants a streamlined and cost-effective VoIP service without any hassle.

Mitel

If you're a small to medium sized business, then Mitel might be just what you need when it comes to business VoIP solutions. Their phone call sound quality is truly top notch while still being an all around affordable plan with a fantastic customer support team. In addition to that, they know how important their customers' peace of mind is and have their data-center facilities secured around the clock to guard against breaches and critical/confidential data loss. Mitel continues to strive towards all around excellence, so they should be near the top of anyone's list when they're shopping around for a VoIP service.

RingCentral

RingCentral is one of the most affordable VoIP services out there, but that doesn't keep them from providing the same quality as more expensive options. Installation is quick and they don't require any real hardware. Everything is managed through the cloud, including their mobile apps, conferencing features, fax service, and call management. In addition to that, their customer service is well-trained and always very friendly.

Internet technology has greatly surpassed landlines within the past years, and it's become very apparent that they'll be an important feature in any business within the years to come. Finding a good service is an important step developing a successful business, so take a look at the above business VoIP solutions to see which one would be best for your business.

Businesses or people looking to learn more about business VoIP solutions can visit: http://virtualpbxphonesystems.com/.

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VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.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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