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VoIP Options for Business

VoIP makes a great option for business because you can save money. Many providers offer special packages strictly for business use. Different products are available such as fax lines and call forwarding.

When shopping for a service, you will need to take a few factors into account. This includes whether or not you want your provider to also service your internet connection, or if your computers will be on a network. Here is a compiled list of potential service providers to help you find the best package to suit your business needs.

Vonage offers two packages for their small business customers. The Small Business Basic plan is $39.99 and allows for 1500 minutes of calling anywhere in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. The Small Business Unlimited package is $49.99 and includes unlimited calling to those places. Check out their website ( for information on their additional features and international calling rates.

Verizon has a lot of options for business. They can accommodate small, medium, and large businesses. Their rates vary based on situation and location, so it is best to visit their site ( to find the options that are right for you. You can also specify packages that include Verizon DSL and VoIP.

Lingo's business packages start at $49.95 a month for unlimited calling to the US, Canada, Western Europe, and any phones within the Lingo system. Service also includes a free fax line and other features such as three-way calling. They offer your first month free as a trial. Simply cancel if you are unhappy with their service. For more information browse their site at

Sprint also offers VoIP options for business. They offer options for businesses including home offices, small business, medium businesses, and full scale enterprises. Check out their options and packages at

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