Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) February 13, 2009
At least 10 new VoIP providers emerge every month in a promising industry sector that is quickly becoming hard-to-navigate for the average consumer. What's more, with the current economic downturn, more people are switching to VoIP than ever before in an effort to save money on utilities.
VoIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol, has been around for more than a decade but has only come into widespread use within the last 4-5 years. By transmitting a caller's voice as packets of data, VoIP can dramatically cut phone bills by providing free unlimited long-distance and cheap international calling.
"VoIP is a technology everyone can benefit from," says ConsumerVoIPCompare.com's introductory guide. "We simply provide consumers with the information necessary to make an informed decision."
ConsumerVoIPCompare.com attempts to take the hassle out of choosing a provider by comparing the top VoIP companies. Their VoIP reviews rate service providers in a number of areas, including reliability, sound quality, value, features, and customer service. Additionally, they allow users to write reviews telling of their experiences at http://www.consumervoipcompare.com/comparevoip.html.
"No single provider is right for every customer," the site says. "Most VoIP providers have their strengths and weaknesses. All we do is condense the information floating around about each provider and present it in an easy to navigate format." It seems to have worked so far - over 150 VoIP customers have returned to the site to share their own experiences.