From the SIP Trunking Experts

January 23, 2014 Names Top Residential and Business VoIP Providers

By Raju Shanbhag SIP Trunking Report Contributor

BestVoiceOverIP has reviewed the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service place and has selected two companies as top providers for 2014. One of these companies is for residential use and the other is for business use.

The top site for residential VoIP use is VOIPo, and for business use it is Nextiva. It is reported that VOIPo offers more than 70 percent savings to users who switch from traditional phone services to its VoIP services. The company also provides other types of VoIP services like business VoIP, cloud VoIP, reseller VoIP, and hosted PBX service.

Nextiva is for businesses that are looking to save some money over their phone bills and would love to have some extra features thrown in. BestVoiceOverIP has selected this company as the top business VoIP service provider as they offer various plans to suit the business needs of the customers. Nextiva is also a gold sponsor at the upcoming ITEXPO, which takes place Jan. 28-31 in Miami, Florida. The OfficePro plan from the company is available for just $19.95 per month.

Apart from providing useful information about the latest VoIP services, BestVoiceOverIP provides some internet services itself. It also provides information on everything about voice over IP. Best VoIP continues to post and update any new information in the VoIP industry.

“We have reviewed most of the top VoIP service providers and have used some of them for our own phone service needs. After much consideration we have chosen VOIPo as the top residential VoIP provider,” said Brandon W. of “Nextiva offers a lot of the best voice over IP services but they really stand out in the business VoIP plans they offer. Business phone service start as low as $19.95 per month, an outstanding deal for business phone service.”

In June 2013, had named Nextiva as the best business VoIP provider. The company had stated that the executive team at Nextiva understands small business. 

Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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