Voice over Internet Protocol, or simply "VoIP," is the cheap way of transmitting phone calls over the Internet that helps a small business appear to be a much larger operation because of the many professional features that can be included with basic service, at no extra cost. With traditional land-line companies the features alone would require a sizable budget for an office telephone system, a fact thatís driving more small businesses to switch to business VoIP every day. After researching dozens of the nationís small business VoIP providers to see which ones offer the most business-boosting features at the lowest cost, the telecom experts at VoIP-Catalog.com announce the "3 Best Small Business VoIP Providers" that make any size operation seem like a big deal.
PhonePower offers Domestic Home and Small Business Plans that have 45+ standard features for a jaw-dropping
Some of the features included in the Small Business Plan that might otherwise cost big bucks are a free "cloned" second line, so that more than one user can use a phone number simultaneously, call forwarding to a mobile number, find-me/follow-me call routing, click-to-call, 3-way calling, customized voicemail, fax-to-email, and online extension management. Because the plans are prepaid thereís no contract, so you can keep your number and thereís no termination fee.
Jive is an enterprise-class communications provider that recognizes how important it is for a small business to remain scalable, and also what features are the most important to a growing company. Their small business plans start at a low predictable monthly rate of
Jive Hosted PBX also offsets the expense of an on-site Private
Business VoIP Service from Nextiva comes big on features and low on cost with a flat monthly rate as low as
No Nextiva business VoIP plans require a contract, and there are zero set-up fees. With exceptional US-based customer service and technical support, taking a small company into the next phase of becoming a big business has never been easier. The Nextiva online management portal gives an employer all of the control of a small phone company, with none of the responsibility of equipment maintenance.
Every small business owner knows that big dreams start small. But just because a company is only starting out doesnít mean they have to look that way. Now any business can have a secretary, an IT team, a phone attendant, a dedicated call router, Internet fax and video conferencing, and an endless number of extensions all for the low cost of a business VoIP service plan. Plans vary, so interested parties should Business VoIP providers to see which provider best suits their needs.
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