DENVER – April 18, 2006 - VoipReview.org (https://www.VoipReview.org), the first and most complete comparison shopping and information source for broadband phone service, has added 14 new VoIP service providers, including Earthlink and NetZero, to its online search function. The site helps consumers and businesses find, compare and purchase VoIP phone service from more than 55 providers based on price, features, local availability and VoIP plan ratings.
“As VoipReview.org expands to include even more top providers, consumers can be confident they are finding and purchasing the VoIP plan that is right for them,” said Eric Laughlin, chief executive officer of VoipReview.org. “Consumers can visit the site to learn the basics of VoIP phone service, easily compare dozens of providers, and within a few clicks, purchase the VoIP plan that best suits their needs and budget. Whether people are seeking VoIP for their home business, they can visit VoipReview.org for information and links to the best VoIP providers in the country.”
The newest providers to join VoipReview.org are: Babble, Cordia, Earthlink, go4calls, Igonet, InPhonex, MyPeople, Netrack, NetZero, Versature, VoiceConX, VoiceEclipse, Voiceral Communications and ZingoTel. More than 150,000 consumers visit VoipReview.org each month to gather information and purchase VoIP service from the industry’s top providers, including Packet8, SunRocket and Vonage.
Visitors to VoipReview.org can access reliable, independent information about VoIP technology and how it works, who benefits most from using VoIP phone service, what equipment they will need, how calls are placed and received along with answers to dozens of the most frequently asked questions about VoIP. Visitors can also post questions for other users, read actual user reviews, search and compare plans in their area, and click through to VoIP provider Web sites to order service. For more information, visit www.VoipReview.org.