Hottest New Emerging VoIP Vendors

By Catherine Hensley
Updated: November 03, 2011

Hottest New Emerging VoIP Vendors

The advancement of VoIP technology has transformed the way the global economy does business. With its multifunctional applications and relatively low maintenance issues, VoIP has become an essential tool for businesses. There are many new and emerging VoIP vendors, and this article will describe some of the most popular. If you are looking to add VoIP services to your company’s telecommunications arsenal, keep these vendors in mind (http://voip.about.com/od/servicesandsolutions/tp/Top5Providers.htm).

VoIP stands for “Voice over Internet Protocol,” and this technology needs only a single Internet connection in order to function. A VoIP system can handle multiple communication operations like voice calls, video chatting, emails, and faxes. These voice and data files are transmitted across the single Internet connection. VoIP has become popular because it is easy to use and set up, it is highly adaptable, and it is capable of multifunctional operations.

Lingo is a VoIP service provider offering low, monthly rates. With Lingo VoIP, users get unlimited calling to the U.S. and Canada, as well as about 22 other countries. Any equipment that a company may need is provided free of charge. Lingo offers approximately 25 features with its VoIP service. A 30-day money-back guarantee is also offered.

ViaTalk offers its customers extremely low service rates in exchange for a year-long commitment. ViaTalk users are also allowed to use their own devices with the service. This policy represents a significant cost-savings by not having any activation or shipping charges associated with signing up. A money-back guarantee is in place for 14 days.

Packet8 offers a range of VoIP services, such as hosted PBX and mobile VoIP. Users receive an IP phone. There are activation and termination fees that will be applied, as well as a 30-day trial period.

BroadVoice is a great service provider for those users making frequent international calls. Users can use their own devices, and the service is compatible with most SIP-enabled devices. Plans can be specifically tailored to a company’s needs.

VoIP.com is known for offering its users very low rates and a multitude of features. A softphone comes with the service, in addition to a second line and voicemail for a mobile phone. Also, a Grandstream ATA is provided and shipped free of charge.

When researching potential VoIP service providers for your business, consider some of the above popular vendors. Each offers unique benefits and will help you stay connected with your partners and clients around the world.
 

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