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Wholesale VoIP Providers That Are the Most Affordable, Decided by Voip-Catalog.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/15/14 -- Business owners and individual consumers face a great deal of challenges when they are trying to expand their profits. The price of VoIP service can affect a company's profits drastically. Therefore, choosing the most affordable deals is paramount to success. Voip-Catalog.com has just released its list of the most affordable wholesale VoIP providers. The experts at Voip-Catalog.com used an extensive ranking process that included user reviews, pricing, features, expert opinions and more. A person who is looking to match company budgets with reliable service can select from one of these top five providers:

VoIP Innovations

VoIP Innovations is a premier provider that offers wholesale VoIP services to more than 60 countries. This company was ranked at the top of the wholesale VoIP providers list because of its myriad of features. Persons who sign up for an affordable plan through this provider will have access to features such as SMS, E-911, fax-to-email, email-to-fax, 411 directory assistance, call forwarding, call conferencing and much more. Additionally, resellers will have the ability to create their own rate deck through online access. VoIP Innovations also boasts a stellar customer service strategy and high-quality technology.

Alcazar Networks

Alcazar Networks prides itself on its low rates and its free additional features. One of the features that the company offers is 500,000 free toll-free minutes per month with no charge for outbound calls. Users can also enjoy such features as LRN Dip services, international termination, call predictor termination and more. Alcazar Networks is one of the top wholesale VoIP providers because it delivers high quality at a price that can make a huge difference in business dealings. Additionally, the company offers a free trial for anyone who would like to see how its amazing services work. Account registration is free, as well.

VOXOX

VOXOX is unique because it offers cloud phone services and applications for Android and iOS devices. The applications that the company provides can give employees and customers the opportunity to engage in free text messaging and chat. Users can engage in free VOXOX chat with any persons who are on their contact lists. Users can also exchange voice calls with other VOXOX members who are on their contact lists. Furthermore, new members get $1 toward their first international call. The international rates after the first call are minimal, with a great portion of them being less than $.05 per minute. VOXOX could be a powerhouse for small businesses around the world.

IDT

IDT offers everything that top wholesale VoIP providers offer. Their packages include such services as E-911, toll-free services, portal, organization, international services, colocation, calling cards, and API. IDT also offers express management of VoIP accounts. Users can change between the platinum, gold and bronze service plans to match their changing needs.

CommPeak

CommPeak is on the list of top wholesale VoIP providers because of its feature-rich offerings. Companies who sign up for CommPeak's services can enjoy features such as crystal clear call quality, wide coverage, multiple SIP account creation, Geographically distributed redundant POPs, CDR graphs with analytic capabilities, SMS, A-Z VoIP termination, and calls from more than 50 countries. Furthermore, CommPeak claims to have unbeatable wholesale rates, which is a huge plus in the business world. Interested persons can sign up for free and enjoy a test run of CommPeak's innovative services.

Choosing the most affordable wholesale VoIP providers is important for profit growth. Voip-Catalog.com is a trusted site that will always supply business owners with the most useful and efficient information for business growth. The site has been conducting intricate evaluations for years, with the goal of helping individuals and business owners to choose only the best services.

Individuals that are interested inlearning more about wholesale VoIP providers can visit: http://www.voip-catalog.com/voip_catalog_wholesale-voip_1.html

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