10 Best VoIP Phone Services to Cut Your Landline Bill by HALF

05 Apr 2016

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VoIP, or voice over IP, is the best way to leverage your internet connection for voice communication, and to use it as an alternative medium to your phone. It allows users to utilize their broadband or other internet connection to make and receive conference calls.

This is a great way to cut your phone costs drastically, while also updating to media that are likely to support the bulk of communication in the future.

Here are the 10 best VoIP services, along with their lowest prices, to cut your phone bill by more than 50%

1. Viber (Free)

One of the most popular VoIP services around the world, Viber gives users access to any other individual with the app on their phone. Best of all, it’s free. Simply install the app and instantly make calls to other users.

2. Google Hangouts (Free)

Google Hangouts is super easy to use – you just need a Google account and the app on your phone or browser. Most people already have a Google account, so getting on board with Hangouts is really easy, and it’s also free.

3. Skype (Free)

Skype already enjoys widespread usage among business and individual users, and for good reason. With largely reliable voice quality and free usage for Skype-to-Skype calls, this is a great alternative to the phone if you want to cut costs.

4. MagicApp (Free)

MagicApp allows unlimited phone calls within the U.S. and Canada. It also allows free calling from app-to-app, as well as prepaid international calling, so you spend only as much as you use. For a $9.99 per year upgrade, users can also get a U.S. phone number and unlimited U.S. texting.

5. Vonage ($9.99/month)

Vonage allows you to add lines as you need them, for a charge. However, it offers unlimited calling and no long distance charges in the continental U.S. or Canada. You can add your number for $9.99 per month, along with an Unlimited Extension line.

Read More: Here’s How to Save 50% on your Next Conference Call

6. RingCentral ($24.99/month)

RingCentral offers unlimited calling within the U.S. and Canada. It can also be integrated with Microsoft Office and Outlook, as well as Dropbox, and allows participants to hold meetings with up to 4 participants.

7. PhonePower ($8.33/month)

PhonePower allows unlimited calling within the U.S. and Canada. It also has a mobile app that users can install on their phones. As a bonus, it offers 60 minutes per month of free international calls, in addition to the usual unlimited calling.

8. VOIP.com ($14.95/month)

VOIP.com offers customers free long distance calling, as well as free international calls online. Plus, customers can make use of features such as call block lists and 3-way calling, so that they don’t miss out when they switch to VoIP.

9. Broadvoice ($8.33/month)

Users get free Broadvoice to Broadvoice calls anywhere in the world. They can also download a phone app to keep the VoIP party going wherever they are. An additional 60 free minutes of international calling are offered every month.

10. MagicJack ($35/Yearly)

The magicJack device makes use of voice over IP or VoIP to make local and long distance calls to the US and Canada with an existing internet connection. Key advantage of using MagicJack is that it does not require any additional telephone service. The VoIP service allows you to make calls using your computer or regular phone.

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