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VIA:TALK

Via:Talk offers both business and residential Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) plans. All the Via:Talk plans include: enhanced voicemail, call record, outgoing caller ID with name, simultaneous ring, call waiting, operator services, and more. We like the flexibility and dependability offered by Via:Talk.

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AXVOICE

Axvoice provides a high functioning customizable VOIP service for those wanting to save money on a standard phone line. A long list of affordable domestic and international plans along with customer friendly policies makes Axvoice worth your consideration.

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1-VOIP

1-VOIP is all about freeing you from expensive phone bills. They offer several different types of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) plans for you to choose from. To use their service plans you need a phone, a broadband connection, and a VoIP router.

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PHONE POWER

Phone Power offers Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) plans for both residential and business customers. Services provided are competitive with other carriers but tend to run a little more expensive.

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JOI PHONE

JoiPhone offers residential and business Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) plans. Features include such things as local and long distance dialing, low international rates, voicemail, 911 emergency service, call waiting, call forwarding, etc. The starting price was low but good luck getting your questions answered.

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SKYPE

Skype is a low cost, low service provider. One of the best features of Skype is the free Skype to Skype customer phone calls. All other calls are charged a small fee or users can sign up for a monthly plan. No customer service center exists for your assistance with Skype.

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OOMA

Ooma offers only one type Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). This is a small provider with little to offer and comes with a higher price than our top ranked providers.

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VOIP Services

With the economy in its current state we're all looking to reduce our monthly expenses to make ends meet. One way that many people are saving hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year is by placing and receiving phone calls through their existing internet connection. VoIP services (Voice over Internet Protocol) allow this to occur with little to no software or special training.

Some estimates show that the majority of internet users will utilize VoIP for all their phone needs in as little as 5 years. Surprisingly, the required equipment consists only of a high speed internet connection and a computer, both of which are a common staple at many homes. While some VoIP service providers require a special adaptor or phone, that is not the case across the board.

The traditional call waiting, voicemail and caller id are included in many of the services offered. There are many advantages to switching your traditional phone service to VoIP. Still, before considering a VoIP company you should compare and contrast the services provided by the top companies available. Important aspects of the different service levels include:

  • Fees. Is the VOIP service cost monthly or a one time charge Is this going to be a savings opportunity given your personal needs
  • Services. Is caller id, voicemail, and call waiting available with your VOIP service plan of choice
  • Equipment. Will you be able to use the equipment you already have with your new VOIP system, or will you need to purchase an adaptor or a special phone to utilize VoIP

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best VoIP services available today. We hope this information helps you find the right VoIP service for you!



VOIP Services In The News

How to Optimize Your Network for VoIP

This article will outline easy steps to prepare your network for high-quality VoIP. Almost 40 percent of small businesses have said goodbye to their traditional, hardwired plain old telephone services (POTS) and hello to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP ...

Published:  Wed, 17 Jan 2018 17:03:00 GMT



Swisscom resolves business VoIP service outages

Thousands of Swisscom SME customers have been impacted by an outage of the operator's VoIP service during the past couple of days. The operator reports that the failure has now been resolved. The issues affected two VoIP telephony services, Smart Business ...

Published:  Fri, 19 Jan 2018 02:23:00 GMT



Why does your small business need to be switched to VoIP Phone system

VoIP is the new way of making calls online nowadays. VoIP simply means voice over internet protocol or phone service over the internet. Like evolution happens to floras and fauna, this digital evolution has happened to let experts claim that it will ...

Published:  Fri, 19 Jan 2018 04:22:00 GMT



The Commonwealth of Massachusetts adds Votacall, a leading Hosted VoIP Provider to the Statewide ITT46 Network Services Contract

BOSTON, Jan. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Votacall, a leading provider of Cloud-based voice solutions and business communication systems with an expertise in Hosted VoIP, Unified Communications (UC) and Call Center design and deployment announced that it ...

Published:  Thu, 18 Jan 2018 15:23:00 GMT



Nextiva vs RingCentral in 2018: Best of The Best Business VoIP Showdown

At the very basic level, much of what you gain for either provider is fairly the same: a Business VoIP plan nets your company phone lines, a phone number, and a boat load of features. But how different providers break down this service will of course differ.

Published:  Tue, 09 Jan 2018 13:17:00 GMT



Etisalat Provides UAE With VoIP Apps

Both providers have warned of regulated VoIP services unless met with approval of the country's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA). "The TRA has granted licensed operators the eligibility to provide such services across their networks," a ...

Published:  Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:00:00 GMT




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