GetVoIP.com Unveils the Top 5 Business VoIP Providers to Watch in 2013
January 17, 2013
By Mini Swamy
, TMCnet Contributor
When buying a car, you exercise reasonable caution - you look at the price, the features it has, the feel while driving and so on. Shouldn’t you be just as careful when you choose a VoIP provider? With so many of them around, luring you with affordable plans and promising excellent service, it’s really hard to know which one to choose.
GetVoIP.com, the VoIP provider guide and resource, has done all the homework for you and come up with a list of the top five providers that promise to be trailblazers.
Nextiva provides services for both product development and customer service that it guarantees to better in 2013. The slew of improvements to its products and services that provide small businesses with big business features at affordable prices is stated to have catapulted it to the top of VoIP providers. Its plans are among the most affordable and capable, ranging from $19.95-$34.95 per line.
As for 8x8 Inc., it’s been an exhilarating ride through 2012, during which it added to its already impressive list of inventions and patents, reported record numbers every quarter and moved to a more elite locality to a deluxe headquarters in San Jose. As a business VoIP provider, its easy-to use IP communications services are not only affordable but work much better than others. Subscribers to 8x8 (News - Alert), Inc. pay about $29.99/month per line.
Atlanta-based Vocalocity boasts a high level of performance and customization with 2012 adding numerous changes to its corporate and support site that have enhanced the quality of service and triggered growth. These promise to become better in the New Year. It also added enterprise integrations to the Vocalocity (News - Alert) desktop that are expected to further empower business to have complete insight into each incoming and outgoing phone call. The free add-ons boost business productivity and help build relationships. Greater things are in the offing with Vocalocity promising new rollouts and award-winning products. Vocalocity’s powerful VoIP services have prices ranging from $19.99 - $39.99/month per extension.
RingCentral is considered to have one of the best and most rapidly developing VoIP offerings in the industry at a rather affordable price. A lackluster beginning transformed into a surging 2012, which saw the company nudge its way to the top in the VoIP market. It appointed prominent executives to its board in an effort to revamp, reimagine and innovate its phone systems in order to encourage growth within the provider’s workforce. With RingCentral Conferencing, Salesforce Integration, New Mobile Apps and an enhanced softphone, the VoIP provider is offering a good run for its money.
Fonality (News - Alert) is on top of the world having had one of the best years in the company’s history. Its single-view, secure, easy to utilize interface via Apple's (News - Alert) iOS or Android platform has empowered workforces. With the final two installments of its Fonality 5 innovation series yet to become available, the industry appears to be all abuzz with expectation. Its Web client application promises to be one of the best tools in business communications, due to come out in 2013. It offers big company features at small business prices. Subscriptions to Fonality range average at about $29.99/month per extension.
GetVoIP.com is a single, go-to resource for everything related to residential and business VoIP. It offers in-depth user reviews, phone system comparisons for business needs, reliability and pricing ratings and the latest VoIP-related news and resources.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey