In the increasingly global economic business community, staying in touch with manufacturers, distributors, and partners overseas is not only a competitive advantage, it’s a necessity. While traditional land-line communication is expensive and outdated, Voice Over Internet Protocol, or simply “VoIP”, can be 60% cheaper, more versatile, and loaded with cost-effective features. After an exhaustive comparison of VoIP International Business Calling plans, prices, and service reviews, the telecom experts at 1010phonerates.com announce the “Top 3 International Business Phone Plans.”
1. ITP (Internet Telephone Provider)
ITP has a comprehensive
Right now ITP is offering a special of two “free” months when you sign on for a one-year contract. Pay ten monthly installments and the first and last month are not billed. If a business wishes to keep their analog phones (as opposed to the feature-laden IP telephones they offer) ITP provides a free adaptor.
For lighter International calling, PhonePower offers a Small Business calling plan with 20 hours of International calling each month, for
The plan also includes 45+ business-boosting VoIP features like 3-way calling, Call forwarding, and a free second line. To obtain the lowest rates, PhonePower asks for two-year contracts but customers do not have to prepay, and are billed monthly. For example
VoIPo is now offering a Business VoIP plan right now for
Features of the plan are unlimited calls to the US and
Any business that relies on clear, scalable, and cheap international calling should take advantage of these cheap introductory offers that can save a business huge amounts of money each month. The features alone would cost a small fortune from a traditional phone provider, but now even smaller businesses can have the powerful tools normally reserved for those with the deepest pockets.
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