|By Marketwired .||
|August 6, 2014 06:01 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/06/14 -- Keeping in touch with friends and family is something that every one not only needs but wants to do. The problem with doing this over a landline server is that the process is out of date and can cost a ton per month for a residence. Those funds spent on telecommunications could be easily allocated towards other aspects of a home if the savings were available. The good news for those residences that would like to have some savings on their telecommunications is that there are residential VoIP providers that can not only save residences a ton of money, but make the entire process of communication better.
Residential VoIP providers can keep their customers in touch by making calls over the internet. Not only do they connect the call but they provide many additional enhancements that make call quality and the entire call experience better. The providers of these services know what is most important to their clients and have built their products and services around that.
The experts at CheapestVoipCalls.net have recently announced the three residential VoIP providers that are simple to use. These providers can provide service for a fraction of the cost of their landline counterparts. Besides the overall price, the experts looked into additional features, customer satisfaction and more. Here are the three they decided on:
ITP is one of the leaders in residential VoIP services. They allow their customers to pay one month at a time instead of being locked into long and expensive contracts. They offer several different packages including global and home office options. ITP also offers more features than any other provider on the market. Call recording, 3-way calling, call forwarding, do not disturb and more are all included as standard options.
2) Phone Power
Phone Power has services that begin at just $5.99 per month. This includes calling to the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada for no extra charge. Phone Power offers over 45 additional features to enhance call quality and they even offer a 30 day satisfaction guarantee, in case clients are unhappy with the service and would like to opt out.
VOIPo can offer residences two years of unlimited calling for $6.21 a month. Clients can choose to get a new phone number or keep their existing one. VOIPo also offers over 40 additional calling features, the ability to send and receive texts, and a VoIP adapter. VOIPo also offers a 30 day money back guarantee on their services as well as a top notch customer service staff that is readily available and very knowledgeable of their products and services.
The above providers are a great place to start for residences that are thinking about making the switch over from landline services. It is important to do research before signing up to make sure the provider you choose has all of the services available that you would like.
Individuals or residences that are interested in learning more about residential VoIP providers can visit http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/residential-voip/.
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