Because VoIP is still under the domain of Internet regulation and not the FCC, there are little to no taxes and surcharges.
(PRWEB) October 18, 2013
The worst part of opening a phone bill is the appearance of overage charges that can dramatically increase the bill, along with taxes, surcharges, and hidden fees. Because Voice over Internet Protocol, also called “VoIP” service, is still under the domain of Internet regulation rather than telecommunications and the FCC, there are little to no taxes and surcharges. Better still is that many VoIP service providers have one low monthly rate that includes unlimited talk time anywhere in North America, and some International calling each month as well. After poring over dozens of VoIP service provider’s plans nationwide, the telecom experts at CheapestVoIPCalls.net announce the “Top Four Providers for Unlimited VoIP Calling.”
VOIPo is currently offering two years of either domestic or small business VoIP service for $149.00. Both plans include unlimited calling to anywhere in the US and Canada, as well as 60 minutes each month of international calling to over 60 countries. After the initial (included) international minutes are used up, the rates start at just 2 cents per minute to dozens of countries including Spain, India, Sweden, Poland, Brazil, Italy, and Portugal.
If a customer wants to retain their analog phone or is reluctant to make the modest investment in an Internet Protocol telephone, VOIPo will provide an adaptor without charge for the term of service, and pay for the shipping too. The plan comes with 40+ features like call forwarding to a mobile, call-conferencing, portable VoIP device, and a 30-day money-back-guarantee.
PhonePower “Domestic Home and Small Business" plans include unlimited calling to anywhere in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico. VOIPo offers 20 hours of International calling per month with the “International Home and SMB” plan for just $14.99/month. There are over 45 business-boosting features available with the service and an included 2nd line with their patented Softphone application that transforms any Internet-enabled device into a business center.
The rate of $14.99 requires a two year contract, but the same service is available month-to-month for $24.95/month. Regardless of the contract term, PhonePower has a 30-day money-back guarantee to alleviate any concerns about being “roped in” to a long-term commitment.
AXvoice Internet Phone Service is currently offering a year of VoIP service for $75.00. For an average of $6.25/month, customers can make unlimited calls to the US and Canada, with hardware and activation included. Current phone numbers are portable, and there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee with all AXvoice service plans. Additional included plan features are an easy-to-use web portal to manage the account, custom voicemail, 3-way calling, call forwarding, blacklist, 911 support, and more.
As more VoIP providers enter the fray to meet the growing demand for VoIP service, “specialty” VoIP service is becoming more common. Whereas one provider will concentrate on enterprise-class service, another is geared toward residential or SMB use. The real winners in the competition are the scores of customers switching to VoIP service in the current “buyer’s market” of the next generation communications breakthrough. Companies and residents alike should consult more than one provider to weigh their options before selecting a provider that best suits their needs.