People always try to find a bargain, but for most of the people who are always finding low prices are hurting themselves in the end. If you know exactly what you are looking for in a product and easily get the lowest price on that model e.g. a HP printer, then that is one thing but the lowest price on a generic product or service more often doesn’t reflect its true value. This seems also true when someone gets the cheapest VOIP service available anywhere under any random brand because they will be spending much of their own time on the phone with the VOIP service provider trying to get it to work as advertised.
Now if such people who are always looking for cheap products put almost zero value on its time, then it may be the best deal to get the cheap voip service available, but most of the people do not consider their own time as being of no value. The best thing to do for an individual is to get the best value which is often different from the lowest price. You just need to determine the feature you are looking for. Outlining the details of your calling requirements and finding out what exactly you want from your VOIP service can help you in the process to get the maximum value. It puts you in the position to make an intelligent and informed decisions about who has the lowest price compared with the features that are being offered. Getting VOIP just based on the price alone is however rarely a good decision to look for and will create a lot of issues rather than providing solutions. One specific aspect of VOIP, whether it is the cheapest VOIP or the most expensive VOIP service, that most people do not understand is that the VOIP service itself is not responsible for nor has any control over the most crucial aspect of a successful VOIP implementation, and that is the reliability and stability of your high-speed Internet connection. The VoIP carrier that you have chosen have minimal or zero control over that and if your high-speed internet connection whether it is a cable network or DSL is not solid, there is a not a VOIP service anywhere on the planet that can provide the best solution. If your internet connection is not high speed and it faces a lot of shutdowns, slow downs and outages then you should consider a different high-speed internet provider before choosing a VOIP.
If you haven’t got a DSL or cable connection available, the only solution you are left with is the internet access is satellite, it will not be an issue with VoIP because it only works well with a good, high speed internet connectivity. Once you get hold of a good internet connectivity then you can start comparing the VOIP features and benefits to determine who provides the best value. The best way is to first understand the needs of your business and then go for the right option.