Just in Time for the Holidays, VoIPReview.org Reveals the Cheapest VoIP Services for Calling Mexico

VoIP Review (http://www.voipreview.org), an authority on VoIP and telecom, has released their picks for the best providers with low prices on international calling to Mexico.

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With prices ranging between $0.0253 and $0.13 per minute for phone calls to Mexico, these VoIP providers feature more affordable fees than traditional phone service providers.

(PRWEB) December 13, 2012

With the holidays just around the corner, everyone likes to call around and wish friends and family members a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. With a VoIP service, customers can make affordable phone calls to areas like Mexico, one of the most popular locations for international phoning, without racking up outrageous charges this holiday season.

Traditional phone companies like AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon may charge around $0.49 per minute to call Mexico on a standard plan. That’s almost a $10.00 call for just twenty minutes spent on the line.

VoIP services like Axvoice, on the other hand, charge as little as $0.0253 a minute for a call to Mexico with even the most basic residential phone plan. For a twenty minute phone call to Mexico with this plan, users would pay around $0.50.

VoIP services manage to charge lower rates for international phone calls to locations such as Mexico because with a VoIP provider, the voice data travels almost entirely over the Internet rather than a traditional phone line. Using the Internet to transmit this kind of data is cheaper because users don’t need to pay the extra fees associated with using the landline network.

To help spread holiday cheer, VoIP Review has gathered the top five VoIP providers with the cheapest calling rates to Mexico this holiday season.

Axvoice charges just $0.0253 a minute for calls to Mexico. This VoIP provider offers residential plans starting at $8.25/month and business plans charging $14.99/month. Axvoice also offers separate international plans starting at $16.58/month with unlimited calling to 45 countries including Mexico.

ITP charges $0.1050 a minute to call Mexico with an ITP residential VoIP plan. ITP features several residential plans with one-line plans at $9.99/month and two-line plans at $18.99/month. ITP also provides global plans, which include unlimited calling to Mexico and more than 60 other countries. The one-line global plan costs $24.99/month and the two-line global plan charges $48.99/month.

Phone.com charges $0.118 per minute for calls to Mexico. Phone.com features five different plans for home, business, and virtual offices. The cheapest and most basic plan starts at $8.88/month.

VOIPo has plans that allow calling to Mexico for $0.13 per minute. VOIPo is currently offering a sale on home and small business two-year plans for $149.00, which is comes out to about $6.21/month. This VoIP provider also offers monthly plans starting off at $15.00/month.

VoIP Review has also selected business plans that feature competitive prices on calls to Mexico. Businesses stand to save a lot of money by switching to these providers, especially if they make regular calls to Mexico.

With Vocalocity , calls to Mexico cost just $0.05 per minute. Vocalocity offers metered extensions, unlimited extensions, and virtual extensions so businesses can design a customized plan with a selection of different extensions. Rates start at $14.99/month per extension.

Jive is a business VoIP provider that charges $0.1106/minute for calls to Mexico. With business plans starting at $19.95/user, businesses that need to make regular calls to Mexico can save a lot by switching to Jive's service.

With prices ranging between $0.0253 and $0.13 per minute for phone calls to Mexico, these VoIP providers feature more affordable prices than traditional phone service providers. By switching to a VoIP service this holiday season, customers can spend more time wishing happy New Years and less time worrying about international calling rates.


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