BestVoiceOverIP.com Announces Top 3 VoIP Service Providers

BestVoiceOverIP.com today named Nextiva, RingCentral and Phone.com as three of the best voice over IP providers on the Web.

BestVoiceOverIP names its top three VoIP providers based on select criteria, including price, reliability, ease of use, and overall quality of service and customer care. 

BestVoiceOverIP.com awarded the top spot to Nextiva because of the company’s desire to simplify business communication for all new customers. Among the benefits of doing business with Nextiva, BestVoiceOverIP cited the company's for allowing customers to communicate with a personalized voice attendant and customize the system according to their personal or business needs. It also credited Nextiva for making it easy for customers to take advantage of the company’s green service, with the ability to keep existing phone numbers in use. Nextiva's services also include voicemail, call screening, dial-by-name directory assistance, and easy Web and mobile management.

RingCentral, number two on the list, was cited as an ideal VoIP solution for small businesses looking to switch to a more economical way of communicating. With the RingCentral service, access to unlimited calling and faxing and the option to keep any existing phone numbers and fax numbers will help ease the transition to individual or business VoIP service, according to BestVoiceOverIP. The service is also among some of the most affordable at just $49.99 per month with a 30-day refund if the customer is not happy with the service. 

In naming Phone.com as its third-place finisher, BestVoiceOverIP said it had some of the lowest prices in the industry, providing unlimited minutes  for just 19.99 per month. "Phone.com is known not only for its low pricing, but also its quality customer service and expandable features. For individuals looking for a service that expands easily to meet individual needs, this is a great solution. Easily expand to accommodate for a larger business by adding more phone lines, text voicemail, and the ability to send faxes from a PC using FoIP technology."

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