- Leading VoIP Service Providers in the US
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Leading VoIP Service Providers in the US
For telephone users who want a type of VoIP that is more or less similar to their existing landline telephone, for traditional telephones, subscription and hardware-based services are best suited. They are mainly aimed at households and small businesses. After subscribing, the user will receive an adapter (ATA) and a telephone number. This requires an internet connection, which incurs costs, but the total cost is relatively lower. Added to the benefits are the numerous features that come with VoIP.
Here is a list of the most prominent VoIP service providers of this type.
Vonage tops my list because it delivers. The price is not the lowest, but not the highest either. The call quality is excellent, as is the service and everything that comes with it, including features and customer service. The adapter ships for about $40 and is refundable on return. 14 days trial.
For $21.95 per month, Lingo offers unlimited calling to the US, Canada and 22 other countries. The service offers about 25 features and a 30-day money-back guarantee. The equipment is provided free of charge.
Voip.com offers VoIP service at a price that is lower than most competitors, $16.95 per month. Strengths include the sheer number of features, the softphone that comes with the service, and the second line and voicemail for your cell phone. They offer Grandstream ATA, delivered for free. With a 30-day money-back guarantee, you can try this service.
If you make a lot of international calls, Broadvoice is the company to subscribe to. It offers calling plans specially designed for users who mainly call outside the US without sacrificing local calls. Another great thing about Broadvoice is its Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scheme, where you can bring your own device and subscribe to it for a fee starting at $5.95 per month. The service works with most SIP compatible devices. The money back guarantee period is 30 days.
What attracts most people to ViaTalk is the price, although they have to commit to a year-long commitment to get the cheapest price. ViaTalk also stands out for the long list of features it has. It also allows users to use their own devices (BYOD), eliminating activation and shipping fees. 14 day money back guarantee.