Jim Murphy, Chief Executive Officer of PhonePower said, "We are delighted with this positive review from such a trusted voice in the technology sector.”
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2015
PhonePower, a division of Broadvoice, and a national leading hosted voice and broadband service provider, today announced it was awarded a rating of “Excellent” in an unsolicited and independent review by PCMag. For nearly 30 years PCMag has been the most trusted brand for labs-based product reviews, tech news and buying guides. Their independent reviews are globally recognized as the trust-mark for buyers and sellers of technology products and services.
The 4 out of 5-star rating and overall ranking of “Excellent” reinforces why more than 100,000 customers use and trust PhonePower as their preferred voice service provider. PCMag claims, “It may not be as well-known as Vonage, but PhonePower is just about identical in features with its more famous competitor. The upstart VoIP company even bests the veteran in a couple of important ways: It’s much less expensive, and it includes a software phone for calling from your computer, where Vonage makes you add a full line for that privilege.”
PhonePower prides itself on providing affordable and feature rich services to its clients, backed by award winning customer service based in the United States. Jim Murphy, Chief Executive Officer of PhonePower said, "We are delighted with this positive review from such a trusted voice in the technology sector.”
PhonePower is a next-generation telecommunications company, headquartered in Los Angeles, California. A privately-owned company founded in 2005, they provide telecommunications service to the continental US, and Canada. All customer service is based in the USA. PhonePower customers range from single-line residential service all the way to corporate call centers. For more information about PhonePower, visit: http://www.phonepower.com.