VoIP Provider Directory

We have compiled this directory of help VoIP definitions to answer any questions you might have about IP phone service.

VoIP providers offer residential, business, wholesale, and mobile service. They also supply the hardware and software necessary for Internet phone service. Whether you want VoIP solutions for your home, a small business, a large corporation, or even a call center, our directory defines it all.

VoIP Provider Directory: Service Providers

These definitions will help you compare providers by their differences, the services they offer, and their rates.

Business Solutions

VoIP business solutions supply Internet phone service with advanced call management features to improve work efficiency and reduce business communication costs. They include an on-premise IP PBX with SIP trunking and a hosted PBX.

DID Providers

Direct inward dialing (DID) providers distribute DID numbers to businesses like ITSPs, VoIP service providers, calling card companies, and wireless phone companies. DID numbers are unique phone numbers that redirect to a company's main line, 1-800 number, or other individual numbers. DIDs were created so multiple numbers could travel across the same phone lines.

Hosted

VoIP hosted PBX services are a cost-effective way to implement extensions throughout an office and to deliver advanced call management features to each employee. Providers host and maintain all the PBX hardware off-site so that businesses don’t need to take care of in-house.

Mobile

Mobile VoIP software allows mobile devices to place VoIP calls over the 3G, 4G, or WiFi networks for low-cost calls that use data instead of the minutes on your plan. Most providers offer VoIP apps that are compatible with iPhones, Androids, and Blackberry phones.

Wholesale

Wholesale VoIP providers offer services like termination, origination, colocation, and least cost routing to enterprises like VoIP service providers, ITSPs, call shops, and other wholesale carriers.

VoIP Providers Definitions: Hardware

This VoIP provider directory is a collection of VoIP service providers from all over the globe. There is an option to search for a provider by location, or alphabetically.

VoIP Wholesale

Wholesale VoIP providers offer services like termination, origination, colocation, and least cost routing to enterprises like VoIP service providers, ITSPs, call shops, and other wholesale carriers.

VoIP Provider Directory: Hardware

Hardware

VoIP hardware is the components you will need to fully implement a VoIP phone system, including adapters, IP phones, routers, PCI cards, and more.

IP PBX Systems

IP PBX systems are the servers that deliver the business call management features, enable extensions, and provide business VoIP phone service to the office network. They connect incoming calls to the appropriate extensions, and direct outgoing calls to open phone lines.

VoIP Provider Directory: Software

IP Software

Software is the programming that makes PBX hardware and Internet calling function.

Asterisk Resources

Asterisk is an open source Linux-based software that builds communication networks and can be configured for a VoIP PBX system.

Billing Solutions

Billing solutions assist service providers and other companies selling VoIP services with robust management software. Billing solutions software provides detailed analytics and automates billing..

Call Center Services

Call center services automate call management to increase work efficiency and integrate with customer relationship management software to monitor and improve customer service..

Softphones

Softphones are software-based phones that install on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Softphones allow you to make VoIP calls straight from the software using an on-screen dialpad.

VoIP Provider Definitions: Miscellaneous

Free International Calls

A directory of VoIP providers that offer free or nearly free international calls.

Blogs

Stay up-to-date on VoIP happenings, product releases, and new features by following blogs about VoIP.

VoIP Web Activated

While softphones need to be downloaded before you can use them, VoIP web activated phone calls can be placed straight through a website after adding call credits.

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