Whether someone is a US resident going abroad for business, or is visiting the US from elsewhere in the world, the most critical aspect of travel is staying in touch with the people most important to them. Connecting with family, colleagues, or business partners can be expensive for both parties using traditional land-line telephone service. Voice over Internet Protocol, or “VoIP” is the inexpensive calling alternative with superior audio quality, and feature-packed service plans that takes the financial concern out of International communication.
After conducting an exhaustive review of the international calling rates, features, and service ratings of international VoIP service providers nationwide, the telecom experts at 1010PhoneRates.com announces the “Top Three VoIP Providers for Cheap Calls to Europe.”
Residential rates from PhonePower begin at only
The international business rates from PhonePower are available for the same rate of
Outstanding feature: PhonePower allows five thousand minutes of calling/month with their premium service, and then international calling rates begin at only
2. ITP (International Telephone Provider)
Residential rates from Internet telephone provider (ITP) starts at only
ITP international business rates from ITP are also low at
Outstanding feature: The ITP Global plan allows unlimited calling to over 50 countries, for just
International residential service from VoIPo with a two-year service agreement works out to
Business rates: The same two-years for
It’s hard enough to travel, relocate, or conduct business when someone is out of their “comfort zone.” Compounding that fact with the worry of excessive calling rates or the concern for “overages”, surcharges, and taxes is no longer necessary. As VoIP becomes more prevalent in the business community and among residential users international travel will also become easier and easier.
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