Cable-company VoIP
Cable-company VoIP

Best VoIP service

Cable-company VoIP service consistently offers the best voice quality. It is often bundled with TV and Internet service, making it more affordable. You can call 911 using cable VoIP, and some providers include battery backup for making calls during power outages. Reviews note, however, that the best cable VoIP providers vary in performance from one service area to another.
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Est. $12 to $60 per month Estimated Price
Ooma
Ooma

Best hardware VoIP

The major cost for the Ooma Telo VoIP service is for the hardware that must you purchase upfront and attach to your landline phone. Although there is no monthly fee, you will have to pay monthly state taxes. Reviewers say that the call quality of the Ooma service is very good, and basic free features include voice mail, call waiting and caller ID.
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Voice Calls from Gmail
Voice Calls from Gmail

Best free VoIP

Voice Calls from Gmail are completely free to any landline or mobile phone in the U.S. and Canada, though Gmail charges for international calls. Signing up for a free Google Voice number gives you access to advanced features, such as transcribing your voice mails and texting or emailing them to you.
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Free to U.S. and Canada Estimated Price
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