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SaveOnVoIP.com helps you compare the top providers of this new technology. Shopping for Voice over Internet Protocol--which allows you to make telephone calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular or analog phone line--can be somewhat overwhelming. SaveOnVoIP.com eliminates that confusion with this comparison chart, objective opinions and a thorough FAQ. There are well over 100 providers of VoIP, but many companies entering this growing industry do not appear to be financially stable. The listed companies provide good customer support, dependable service, are financially stable and work the best when they are carried over an existing broadband Internet connection.
Top Plans
  Company Plan Name Monthly Fee Activation Cost Special Offer Long Distance Overall
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Unlimited Plan $19.95 $29.95 First
Unlimited Includes calls to U.S. and Canada and 17 countries in Western Europe A-
Our Opinion: Lingo is one of the best choices for VoIP consumers who call frequently within the United States, Canada, or  Western Europe.  Lingo's home plan is $19.95 a month and that includes unlimited long distance minutes to anywhere in the USA, Canada, and 17 countries in Western Europe.  The calling features included in the plan are: Voicemail, CallerID, Call Forwarding, Call Waiting, 3 Way Calling, etc.  A very nice feature of Lingo's plan is that Lingo provides two phone numbers per account for a small fee.  The first phone number is in the area code of your choice, and the second number called a Universal Phone Number. 

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Freedom Unlimited $19.99 $29.99 First Month Free Unlimited Includes calls to U.S. and Canada B+
Our Opinion: Packet 8 is a great service based on the pricing and the service that you receive.The first month is Free. The low monthly rate of $19.99 seems to be the best balance for unlimited local and long distance and great customer service. Standard features include: Voicemail, CallerID, Call Forwarding, 3 Way Calling, Call Waiting, Speed Dialing, and more. The customer service has been shown to be very responsive.For an extrae fee Packet 8 offers 911 Emergency service which has now been mandated by the FCC. When you have an emergency you can be sure your call will get through.

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$29.99 $29.99 First Month Free Unlimited Includes calls to U.S. and Canada C -

Our Opinion: AT&Tís new VOIP service service is OK but rather expensive. It cost $29.99 per month for the unlimited local and long distance calling plan. Vonage and Packet 8 offer more features and cost less. CallVantage's international rates are high compared to other carriers. You are apparently paying more for the AT&T name and getting a lot less.

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