The Top Four Providers for Business VoIP Announced by Voxilla.com

Business VoIP providers are offering incredibly low monthly rates and feature-packed plans in the battle for new customers making it the best time to switch to the ground-breaking Internet phone service.

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The competition for market share between the VoIP providers has triggered a price race to the bottom—and a buyers market for consumers.

(PRWEB) October 08, 2013

Thousands of businesses a year are making the move from traditional business communications systems to Voice over Internet Protocol, or simply “VoIP”, and saving heaps of money, time, and office space in the process. Business VoIP providers are offering incredibly low monthly rates, and feature-packed plans in the battle for new customers making it the best time to switch to the ground-breaking Internet phone service. To help consumers wade through the growing number of VoIP telephone companies, the telecom experts at Voxilla.com have compared service plans, customer service reviews, and plan-prices of the nation's top providers to announce the top 4 business VoIP service providers.

1. Mitel

Mitel business VoIP service starts at $18.89/month per user and comes with powerful IP telephones that are pre-loaded with business tools to empower any sized business. The Mitel AnyWare telephones are included with the service package and allow for seamless administration of calls as well as crystal-clear digital voice quality. Mitel delivers unified communications solutions including Internet service, telephony, fax and email, LAN services, and network management. During a customer's first three days of service, they are assigned a dedicated personal contact to assist with questions and requests.

2. Vocalocity

Vocalocity business VoIP service plans ordinarily begin at $19.99/month, but October is the perfect month to save for new Vocalocity customers. Until the 15th they are offering new customers a free Yealink T20 Internet Phone preconfigured with powerful business tools or a free month of unlimited calling anywhere. Their US-based Customer Care Team is available 24/7, and can be reached via email, live chat, or telephone. Their business plans all include cloud-based Virtual receptionist, voicemail-to-email, find-me call forwarding and customized on-hold music and messages.

3. 8x8

Business VoIP Service from 8x8 starts at $19.99/month per user. The service boasts the 8x8 Mobile Softphone app that allows customers to take and make calls from an iPhone, iPad, Android phone, or even a laptop. Clients also get unlimited local and long-distance in the US including voicemail, instant messaging, and web-conferencing. The auto-attendant feature is easily set up to answer and route calls automatically to any Internet-enabled device or extension.

4. Nextiva

The “Nextiva Office” plan starts at only $19.95/month per user with unlimited local and toll-free calling and faxing. There are also dozens of features that would cost plenty from a traditional telephone company, like 15-way calling for conferences, two-stage dialing, video-on-hold for video calls, mobile-phone integration, and auto-attendant. Nextiva Office can be managed from the user-friendly online management portal, and integrates their US-based customer support. All Nextiva plans come with a no-contract option.

With business VoIP service providers offering up to 80% savings in the first year of service, it’s no wonder that dozens of companies a day are making the switch to cheap, versatile IP telephony. Meanwhile, the competition for market share between the VoIP providers has triggered a race to the bottom with regards to prices, and it’s created a buyers market for consumers. Whether price, customer service, or features are most important to a company looking to streamline their office phone system, there’s a provider in the list above that’s perfect for just about any venture.