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Five of the Best Business VoIP Solutions Available Today, Determined by

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/11/14 -- Businesses often have so much going on in their day to day activities that staying afloat is the most important objective. However, for the ones that have stabilized and even new businesses that are just underway, it is important to consider having the best telecommunication products available. Many of these businesses have now begun to use business VoIP solutions as opposed to traditional landline operating systems. Business VoIP solutions can connect businesses to their clients quickly, easily and for rates that are a fraction of the cost from their landline counterparts.

Landline systems can connect users together, but that is basically where the service stops being able to help. Business VoIP solutions can connect users and do so in a professional manner that can make a small business look like a large corporation. Many solutions offer great additional features such as auto attendants, call forwarding options, transfer menus and much more. These features improve the productivity of the business and makes things easier for customers that are calling upon you.

Recently, specialists at determined the best business VoIP solutions that are available today. They looked at many different solutions and providers to make their list and focused on customer satisfaction, overall price, additional features, as well as others.

1) Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions have been on top of the business VoIP market for a long time now. Their products and services fit the needs of almost any sized business and they do so without making customers sign up for annual contracts or long term agreements. Their prices start as low as $19.99 per month and their customer service team is always willing to answer whatever questions may come up during sign up or with the service.

2) Mitel

Mitel provides their customers with great products and services and have been a trusted name on the market for many years. Their low rates are perfect for smaller businesses and they are currently running a promotion where you can get three months of free service when you sign up. Mitel's MiCloud business VoIP solution has clear call quality and tons of additional features to help a business grow.

3) RingCentral

RingCentral combines voice, texting, conferencing and HD video meetings into their all-inclusive cloud system. The set up process is simple and there is no additional hardware needed to get started. RingCentral has many additional features to help enhance call quality. Hold music, caller ID, call logs, call forwarding and more are all included.

4) Jive

Jive can give their customers some strong extra features that can really increase the productivity of a business. They include advanced call routing options, auto-attendants, fax, never ring busy and more as standard options. Jive has very low rates that are very affordable and they offer no contracts or long term obligations.

5) CorvisaCloud

CorvisaCloud has their business VoIP solutions all rolled into a cloud system as well. One of the greatest strengths of CorvisaCloud is their Salesforce integration software. This puts all customer information in one place so that all of the employees that need to access the information can do so in a quick and efficient manner. The company has economical rates and a very dependant customer service team.

Businesses interested in learning more about business VoIP solutions can visit:

About 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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