Demand for Voice Over Internet Protocol, or “VoIP” telephone service has blown the roof off the telecommunications industry. The cloud-based technology is up to 80% cheaper than traditional office phone systems, and comes packed with features that allow SMBs to operate like enterprise-class companies. The result is a mass exodus from traditional landline service to the cost-efficient next-gen technology. Understandably the win-win for companies that use VoIP telephone service has translated into a VoIP-provider market-surge that can be a little daunting for those trying to select a provider. In order to help consumers sort the good, the bad, and the ugly, the telecom experts at VoIP-Catalog.com rolled up their sleeves and performed an in-depth analysis of business VoIP providers service plans, customer reviews, and prices across the nation to Announce: the “Top Four Business VoIP Providers”, from VoIP-Catalog.com
The “Nextiva Office” service plan can start as low as
Of course Nextiva’s business VoIP service also boasts the features that Fortune 500 companies expect like an Auto-attendant with programmable messages, music, and call-forwarding, to name a few. The Nextiva business phone plan grows with a company and is scalable from two to 250 users without any interruption to service whatsoever. Lines can be added, altered, and disconnected as easily as logging in to the web portal and touching a few keys. They require no set-up fees, no contracts and offer a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Business VoIP service from 8x8 is
Mitel Business VoIP Service Plans start at
Avoxi.com is a premier Cloud-based PBX (Private
In addition to the full spectrum of business-boosting features provided by Avoxi cloud-based PBX, they offer unparalleled
As scores of SMBs rush to secure the lowest rates and most advantageous service plans available, it's important to consider what features are most important to their specific situation and then receive quotes from various providers. Armed with VoIP-Catalog's "Top Four Business VoIP Providers" list; the hardest part will be deciding which one of the four to choose.
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