DENVER – Sept. 26, 2006 - Broadband phone service comparison site VoipReview.org has launched a new Web site to help companies find the best business VoIP service in their local areas. Businesses can visit /Business_Telephone_Systems/Phone_Services.aspx to find, compare and purchase VoIP phone service based on availability by zip code, price, features, and user reviews. The site, which previously served mostly consumers, expanded its capabilities to meet the needs of the ever-growing small and medium enterprise VoIP market.
“Businesses often switch to VoIP for its scalability, cost-efficiency, and the ability to implement an integrated phone system across numerous locations,” said Eric Laughlin, chief executive officer of VoipReview.org. “With business VoIP usage projected to double by 2010, growing to a nearly $3.5 billion industry, VoipReview.org provides businesses with a single resource for the VoIP information they need – whether they are still in the research phase or if they are ready to make a purchase."
Businesses can access the site at /Business_Telephone_Systems/Phone_Services.aspx and enter the number of users and zip codes of relevant office locations. Using the search tool, visitors can instantly view the business VoIP providers serving their areas, and get pricing information and service quotes from providers. More than 1.5 million people visit VoipReview.org to gather information and purchase VoIP service from the industry’s providers, including AccessPoint, BroadBand Telephony Systems, IP5280, ITP, Telovations, VoicePipe, WorkSmart and 1TouchTone.
With the launch of the business VoIP site, consumers and businesses alike can visit www.VoipReview.org to get critical information about VoIP phone service, including: the basics of VoIP technology and how it works, key benefits of using VoIP, required equipment, how to compare providers and transition from traditional phone service to VoIP along with answers to dozens of the most frequently asked questions about VoIP. Site visitors can also read actual user reviews and expert articles, post questions for other users, and click through to VoIP provider Web sites to order service. For more information, visit www.VoipReview.org.