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The Top 3 Business Hosted PBX Providers of 2014, Announced by VirtualBusinessPBX.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/23/14 -- Businesses worldwide are improving their communication systems by transferring over from traditional phone lines to business hosted PBX services. A business hosted PBX provider is a public branch exchange that effectively manages all business communications by using cloud technology through the internet to make and receive phone calls. Business hosted PBX providers are able to offer customers all of the quality features that come as costly add-ons with traditional phone services for free. Thanks to the high speed internet hosted PBX gives a more affordable and updated telephony option for businesses of all sizes. The experts at VirtualBusinessPBX.com have analyzed customer reviews, scalability, quality of service, and cost in order to come up with the top 3 business hosted PBX providers of the year. The best three hosted PBX providers for businesses are: Vonage Business Solutions, RingCentral, and Jive - Unified Communications.

1. Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions specializes in hosted PBX and VoIP services to small to medium-sized business. From small startups to growing companies, Vonage Business Solutions has scalable business hosted PBX package plans that are customizable to individual company's needs. Vonage Business Solutions has exciting features that support businesses thrive in their communications department. Some of their features include: a unified inbox for fax, email, and voicemail, call flip, voicemail transcription, and an award winning dashboard interface, along with several others. They also provide a virtual receptionist, smartphone apps, voice-to-email and simultaneous device routing along with their features.

Customers are continuously satisfied with their Vonage Business Solutions services. Vonage has a technical help center that is open all day, every day in order to keep your business running their communications line any time of day from any office. Small companies save over 30% on monthly phone bills when switching over to Vonage Business Solutions. Their advanced technology and investment in the highest quality service allows them to give customers discounts; they own and develop everything sent your way. All their phones are certified and the software is updated as quickly as possible. Vonage also pleases customers by having no contracts or costly installation fees.

2. RingCentral

RingCentral is the second best business hosted PBX provider in the VoIP market that is used and appreciated by small and large businesses alike. By incorporating advanced call management, intuitive conference calls, reliable phone and fax services, mobile apps, and full-featured IP phones that are already set-up and ready to use, RingCentral is a top competitor against other business hosted PBX providers. They offer separate plans based on the number of users per month, allowing businesses to customize their plan to best suit them. All of their plans include exemplary features like unlimited calling to the US and Canada, unlimited extensions, 1,000 free toll-free minutes and more. With the larger plans that they offer, RingCentral gives unlimited extensions for multiple office locations. Over 300,000 customers trust RingCentral and they are known for their great customer reviews. They also offer a 30 day risk-free guarantee for all new customers.

3. Jive - Unified Communications

The third best business hosted PBX provider is Jive - Unified Communications and they offer enterprise-grade, extremely dependable communication solutions with advanced features for government agencies and public sector customers. Their full set of services include a hosted off-site PBX that comes with voice, video, messaging, data, and mobility for using devices in any setting. Jive includes free Internet Protocol (IP) phones for customers in the public sector and this does not include any hidden fees. They offer a flat rate of $19.95/month to all customers including premium features like: high-definition video-conferencing, virtual extensions, desktop integration with popular CRMs, Online PBX controls, remote access, auto-attendants amongst others.

Businesses interested in finding the right business hosted PBX provider should visit: http://www.virtualbusinesspbx.com/provider/jive-unified-communications

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