DENVER – June. 27, 2007
- VoipReview.org (https://www.VoipReview.org), the first and most complete comparison shopping and information source for broadband phone service, has now helped 5 million people find, compare or purchase VoIP provider services. Founded in 2003, VoipReview.org features an interactive online search tool which helps shoppers find the best residential (www.VoipReview.org) and business VoIP service providers (www.VoipReview.org/business_telephone_systems/) based on price, features, local availability, and user ratings and reviews.
“There is intense interest right now in making the switch to VoIP service, primarily due to the cost savings involved,” said Eric Laughlin, chief executive officer of VoipReview.org. “Most of the providers listed on our site offer flat-fee calling plans, which translate to significant savings on long-distance and international calls. We are proud to help 5 million people find information that helps them save money.”
According to a recent survey by Consumer Reports, those who have adopted VoIP service are reportedly saving up to $50 each month on their phone bill. That, combined with free calling features such as call waiting and voice mail, and the ability to take your service with you wherever you go, makes VoIP a very attractive alternative to traditional residential and business phone service.
“The site is popular with both consumers and business owners because they can learn about VoIP, gather unbiased information about providers, and purchase service all in one place,” said Laughlin. “That means shoppers can come to VoipReview.org knowing nothing about VoIP or how it works, and leave with better, less expensive phone service in a matter of clicks.”
VoIP, or broadband phone service, allows callers to place phone calls from home or the workplace using a broadband Internet connection rather than traditional analog telephone lines. VoIP calls can be made using ordinary telephones and an analog adapter supplied by the VoIP provider.