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Didn’t Win the Lottery? VoIPReview.org Reveals How VoIP Puts Cash Back in the Wallet

August 14, 2013

Not everyone can win the 3rd largest lottery jackpot of all time, but everyone's a winner when they chose VoIP phone service. That's why http://www.voipreview.org/ is revealing the top 5 ways VoIP helps users save money and put cash back in the wallet.

(PRWEB) August 14, 2013

An office pool of auto workers came forward this week as one of the winners of third largest lottery jackpots in US history. One more winner is still out there, but for the rest of the 316,453,092 Americans without the winning ticket, there is always cheap VoIP phone service to add a little more cash in the pocket.

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is another word for Internet calling, and one-fourth of Americans already use it in some aspect or another. VoIP is a cheap option for unlimited calling both nationally and internationally. Most residential VoIP plans also come with a ton of other features at no extra cost.

For those who didn’t win the big lottery jackpot this time around, VoIP Review is announcing the top 5 ways that VoIP phone service still puts cash back in the wallet.

1. Unlimited Nationwide Calling

Nearly all VoIP plans include some form of free and unlimited nationwide calling. VoIP does not require the same analog hardware of traditional calling, which is why so many residential VoIP providers can afford to offer plans at low flat rates. For instance, providers like Axvoice and VOIPo charge less than $7/month for full calling service.

2. Unlimited International Calling

Many residential VoIP providers also offer unlimited international calling to certain countries. For a flat monthly fee, users can get access to unlimited calling to most places in the world. Even if their VoIP service does not include unlimited access, most plans do offer international calling rates for just a few pennies a minute.

3. Mobile VoIP

Mobile is everything these days and most VoIP providers are more than willing to accommodate. Most VoIP plans include mobile VoIP apps, which are apps users can download to their smartphones, laptops, tablets, or other Internet-enabled devices to make and receive cheap Internet calls. Callers can bring their cheap home VoIP plans just about anywhere they go.

4. IP Video Conferencing

Airlines tickets are rarely cheap. No matter where one travels to, plane tickets are nearly always expensive. This is why VoIP tools like IP video conferencing come in handy. IP video conferencing allows users to video chat with one another from across the globe. As long as both people have an Internet connection, they can spend time together while saving some extra cash.

5. Tons of Free Features

A winning lottery ticket buys a lot of fun things, but with Voice over IP phone plans, users get a lot of fun features totally free. Some features include music on hold, 3-way calling, voicemail-to-email, group calling, and telemarketer blocking. Most VoIP plans come with dozens of other features at no extra cost.

Lottery fever comes and goes, but with VoIP, all users can feel like a million bucks each time they look at their cheap monthly phone bill.

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