January 11, 2013
Introducing the Top Three Residential VoIP Providers of 2013
By Jacqueline Lee
VoIP-Info.org has selected its predictions for the top three residential VoIP companies of 2013. The list includes (from first to third) ITP Residential VoIP, VoIPo Residential VoIP and Axvoice Residential VoIP.
With household budgets still under a tight squeeze, many families, renters and homeowners are switching to residential VoIP to save money over traditional landline telephone services. This demand for VoIP has set up tight competition between the industry’s top providers.
When VoIP-Info.org chose its top three providers, it considered factors including pricing, customer reviews, editor’s picks, ratings and plan features. VoIPo service starts at $6.21 per month, followed by Axvoice at $6.25 and ITP at $8.21.
In addition to low monthly costs, these companies know how to offer incentives to their customers. ITP, for instance, requires no contracts, charges no cancellation fees and offers customers two free months of residential VoIP service. VoIPo delivers features like free international calling and voicemail to e-mail transcription, and Axvoice delivers free hardware and activation in addition to a 15-day money-back guarantee.
All three companies sport great customer reviews. ITP services include scalable packages for both residential and business VoIP. VoIPo, known as “the likeable phone company,” is rated at 4.2 out of five stars by its customers. Axvoice slipped in just behind VoIPo with a four out of five rating from its own customers.
For residents who want to compare different residential VoIP providers to find out which works best for their needs, VoIP-Info.org offers a free comparison tool on its website. The site also features an extensive wiki of information about VoIP providers, specifications and equipment.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman