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The Top 2 SIP Trunk Providers That Make Communication Easier for Businesses, Announced by 1010PhoneRates.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/20/14 -- There are all sorts of financial hurdles that a business goes through on their road to success, and one of the biggest ones is discovering a way to communicate easily with their partners, clients, or customers. In the past, landline phones have been the most cost effective way to connect businesses with the rest of the world and they are still used by some companies today, but the truth of the matter is that landline phones are out-dated, much slower, and sometimes even more expensive than many newer services. Business VoIP is the way of the future and its providers offer a variety of ways for companies to simultaneously cut down on phone bills as well as giving them great options to aid in communication.

There are endless reasons to switch to a SIP provider and it's easy to do. A SIP trunk line allows the business to easily start using VoIP or SIP with the PBX they already have. One of the many reasons to switch includes a lower price than traditional calling methods, which includes international calls and long distance calls, as well as local. In addition to that, there are a ton of features that a company gets when going with one of these newer services.

Our experts here at 1010PhoneRates.com took multiple levels of criteria into account when they created their VoIP and SIP trunk rankings, including price, user reviews, feature lists, and expert ratings, as well as much more. Overall, they found two SIP trunk providers that make communication the easiest, and here they are:

BroadVoice

BroadVoice has some absolutely fantastic options for VoIP and SIP when it comes to pricing. In addition to that, their service has been made very user friendly and easy to set up; all it requires is hooking up their box to a router. Afterwards, the business just has to plug in their phone and they're ready to place and receive phone calls. They let customers keep their current phone numbers as well as their current phones, just as long as it's a single line analog phone with touch tones. Aside from basic calling, BroadVoice also comes with a ton of extra features:

  • A Free Second Line
  • Voicemail Sent to Email
  • 7-day Customer Support
  • A List for Blocked Callers
  • The same ring from multiple phones
  • As well as many others.

Overall, their customers will receive all of this starting at a low $8.33 per month and comes with a standard 30-day money back guarantee.

8x8, Inc.

8x8, Inc. is a great provider of VoIP and SIP trunk services for businesses that start at $19.99 per month. With that price, businesses get a ton of extra features to go with the basic calling options, such as the following:

  • Hold Music
  • Three-way Calling
  • PC calling
  • Auto Attendant, which is a replacement for a receptionist that'll allow callers to direct themselves to whomever in the directory by name or number.
  • Conference Bridging
  • As well as much more

They have a ton of products available that'll make staying connected easy for any business professionals, such as the standard IP phones, as well as cordless options, softphones for PC, and even video phones. 8x8 is set up specifically for business VoIP solutions and they are constantly making technological advancements and discovering new ways to make their service better. The company's dedication to service has earned them the name as #1 VoIP provider from a variety of organizations for a number of years. Overall, they're a great service for any business looking to get the most out of their phone.

Businesses interested in learning more about SIP trunk providers should visit: http://www.1010phonerates.com/sip-phone-service.html.

About 1010PhoneRates.com:

1010PhonesRates.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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