The Best Small Business Telephone Providers use VoIP: The Top 5 Ranked by VoipReview.com
No small business is complete without an office phone system, but trying to get a quality network by using 20th century phone technology is increasingly expensive. Sticking with a traditional phone provider means that companies are hemorrhaging funds that could be better spent elsewhere. Thankfully, small businesses can cut their business expenses in half while upgrading to a more powerful Internet phone system with Voice over Internet Protocol technology (commonly called VoIP).
Most large businesses use a Private
To help small businesses decide on a business VoIP provider, the phone system experts at http://www.voipreview.org rank the best in the business that offer these services. These providers were selected based off of their prices, quality of service, included features, and overall small business value. Supercharge small business calling capabilities with any of these providers.
Jive leads the pack with some of the best reliability in the industry. As soon as one of their hosted PBX servers has an issue, they switch all associated customers over to a working server immediately. Traditional PBX systems in a similar situation might be disabled all day, or even for several days at a time. Available at only
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8x8 is one of the most popular VoIP providers in the country, and has earned that title through excellent service. Their plans include applications for usage on mobile phones, as well as softphones. Softphones allow employees to convert their computers into a telephone system, complete with click-to-call convenience.
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VoIP service is without a question the best way that small businesses can save money while upgrading their phone service. Who knew that outdated technology could be so expensive?
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