Home VoIP Services
If you are paying more than $20 per month for your home phone bill, you can save hundreds per year by switching to Internet Phone Service (VoIP). Plans start at under $10 per month for unlimited calling anywhere in the U.S. All plans include voicemail, caller id showing caller's name, call waiting, and many more features like online message playback that traditional phone service can't offer. And you can still use your current phone and phone number. We've tested all these services and picked out the best options on the market today.
How Does It Work?
VoIP providers are able to offer you phone service so cheaply by routing your calls through your high speed internet connection. To learn more about VoIP, just visit our FAQ section or check out our most recent VoIP articles and blog posts. If you're ready to make the switch, visit our full VoIP provider comparison to choose the best plan for your needs.
Don't count minutes with an unlimited Internet telephone calling plan. All of the VoIP services we have reviewed offer unlimited calling plans for domestic calling. In most cases, these unlimited VoIP calling plans cost less than a standard telephone connection. The details of each unlimited calling plan vary, so make sure to read the full review of each provider.
Business VoIP Services
Whether your business has two people—or two thousand people—you can benefit from the technological advances in VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) to save money on your phone service. VoIP, which uses your preexisting Internet connection to route telephone calls, is a low-cost, feature-rich phone service for offices of all types and sizes. Business VoIP offers easy phone networking, Internet-enabled voicemail, and virtual office functionality. VoIP phone service will beat traditional phone service on both price and functionality in virtually every scenario. Visit our Business VoIP section to learn more or get quotes from Business VoIP providers using our form below.
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