|By Marketwired .||
|June 17, 2014 05:07 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- For residences, saving money on just about anything can mean so much in the long run. Phone lines and telecommunications can cost those same households hundreds per month no matter how often the service is used. Residential VoIP providers have become the alternative. These providers offer the same service as landline providers, but the calls are made over the internet at a fraction of the cost.
Residential VoIP providers are in tune with what is important to a residence. People want to be able to stay in touch with their family and friends and they don't want to have to break the bank to be able to do so. More and more each day residential VoIP providers are becoming the standard because of the price, the service and the amount of additional features that come with each package.
Our editors at Voxilla.com have looked into the residential VoIP providers on the market and have determined the ones that have the most benefits for households. The editors looked into the overall price, additional features, customer support teams and more for each provider. These are the ones they found to be the most beneficial to households:
Internet Telephone Provider tops the list of our experts because of all of the services and features that they offer. ITP has Basic Residential plans that start at $9.99 per month. Their packages go up incrementally in price and usage all the way up to a Global Unlimited plan. ITP has more additional features than any other provider on the market. Some of the features includes are wake up call, call forwarding options, outbound call blocking, voicemail to text and many more. Their customer support staff is one of the best around as they answer questions or problems quickly and do so in a professional and friendly manner.
Phone power has very competitive rates and an assortment of packages available for residences. Whether a household makes a ton of calls or an infrequent amount, there is a plan available for them. Phone Power offers a 30 days guarantee on their services, so customers can feel free to cancel within the first 30 days if they find themselves unhappy with the company. Phone Power has many additional enhancements as well including one hour of free international calling per month, block list, e911 services, speed dial, incoming call routing and a ton of others.
VOIPo has many great VoIP related services that they offer. For residences, they have over 40 features that can help enhance call quality. VOIPo offers unlimited calling to the United States and Canada and the service comes with an adapter to make installation a breeze. VOIPo's customer service personnel is helpful and can assist clients out with any questions that may arise.
It is important for residences to do their research before signing up so they can make sure that the provider they choose offers all of the services they would like. Residences of individuals that are interested in learning more about residential VoIP providers can visit: http://voxilla.com/residential-voip/.
Voxilla.com is an authority business and residential VoIP service provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP provider for them.
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