Businesses are moving to VoIP phone systems in droves. In response, more and more VoIP providers have entered the market to meet demand. We’ve covered these providers in greater detail in our longer comparison of the top ten best VoIP phone service solutions, but if you’ve only got a couple of minutes, check out our condensed list. These providers are in no particular order.
Our Top Ten VoIP Phone Service Solutions
Nextiva has long been one of our favorite VoIP providers for medium-sized businesses. They have some of the most advanced features available, including artificial intelligence features that can automate a number of tedious tasks.
One downside is that recently they have been pushing customers to sign three-year contracts to get the best rates for their service.
RingCentral is a reliable choice. Whether you’re a one-man operation or a large business, RingCentral has what you need. Their apps are great, they have good rates for international calling, and their prices are quite competitive.
Customer service is one area where they need to improve.
#3. Ooma Office
Ooma, on the other hand, is one of the highest-ranked telecommunication companies for customer service. They routinely beat out giants like Verizon and AT&T, even though they’re much smaller.
You also get a free phone when you sign up with Ooma. If you need a phone on your desk, look no further.
We love Dialpad because of its wide array of integrations with other software. It’s highly customizable and has tons of advanced features. It’s made by the team that developed Google Voice, so you know you’re getting a good product.
Their prices are comparable to the competition and they are constantly updating their platform to add new features based on user requests.
Grasshopper is by far one of the best options for very small startups or solopreneur situations. They have a clever way of using extensions to make your business seem bigger than it actually is. Their app is sleek and a pleasure to use. Give them a look.
If you’re an enterprise customer, consider giving Mitel a call. They have a full-featured VoIP phone system, complete with video conferencing tools and collaboration software. It’s the whole enchilada.
Although it’s rather expensive, Aircall features integrations with over 60 apps. They even have their own little app store! Their customer support is also highly ranked.
#8. 8×8 Express
Nobody beats 8×8 when it comes to value. For $12 per month per line you get unlimited calling and video conferencing! 8×8 is truly in a class of their own. They’re great for businesses of all sizes.
#9. Microsoft 365
Between Teams and Skype, you’ve got plenty of VoIP options from Microsoft. And since you likely need to pay for Office anyway, why not get it all for one low price?
Vonage is one of the oldest VoIP companies around, which makes them a reliable option for large companies. They have a robust network of installers and service providers, along with award-winning call quality.