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The Smart Way to Buy Residential VoIP. If you have a broadband Internet connection you can get Internet home phone service; it is that easy!

Residential VoIP Providers 
Provider Plan Details Monthly Rate*
VoIPLy Residential
  • Unlimited Calling to 50+ Countries
  • Free Adapter, Keep Your Number
  • 24/7 Support, No Contracts

* $8.95/mo or $7.16 with annual prepay

$7.16 *

9 Reviews

Residential VoIP Home Phone Service
  • Free US & Canada calls
  • 1 hr. int' calling free
  • Robust feature set

* $15.00/mo. or $6.21/mo. with 2 year contract

$6.21 *

45 Reviews

ITP Residential VoIP Service VoIP Phone Service
  • 2 mo. free for Voxilla users
  • VoIP adapter included
  • Unlimited calling

* $8.32/mo. with 12-month agreement

$8.32 *

81 Reviews

Residential VoIP Providers Home Phone Service
  • $99/1 year contract
  • Unlimited calls to the US and Canada
  • No activation fee. Free hardware.

* $6.25/mo. 1-year prepay equals $75.00/year

$6.25 *

53 Reviews

Phone Power Home Phone Service
  • Unlimited Calling
  • Call with your mobile phone as well
  • 60 international minutes/ month

* $8.33 is monthly average with 1-year prepay

$8.33 *

122 Reviews

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) involves using an Internet connection to place and receive calls. The rapid spread of high speed internet has made VoIP technology available for residential consumers at prices that are far less than those from tradition phone service providers.

VoIP service typically includes features beyond that of traditional phones, such as caller ID, voicemail, call waiting, and so forth. VoIP services are sometimes referred to as digital phone services or Internet phone services so do not be confused when you see these ads that commonly use the digital phone service term. Instead of using traditional phone VoIP requires a high speed internet connection and a special Internet Protocol (IP) phone; however, a traditional phone can be used when coupled with a special analog telephone adapter (ATA). Aside from these differences there is no change with regard to making or receiving calls; you will find VoIP as easy to use as a traditional phone service…. Read More