I have posted reviews trough ReviewMe for VoIP products before, but here is an other other one: Vocalocity is a provider specialized on small business voip. They’ve been in business since 2005 and all the reviews about them which I could find were glowing (one might suspect foul play given all the good reviews, but digging deeper some of them mention problems and specify that the support was very good and helped them trough the hiccups). Of course if you had a negative experience with them, please share it in the comments.

An other positive aspect is that their pricing plan is prominently featured on their webpage, so you should have no problem finding it. They also pride themselves with not being resellers (“owning their own technology”) and have a nice office building:

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What else is there to say about them? If you are looking for a way to reduce the complexity of your phone network, take a look at them (of course, you have to consider other aspects of your business – like what level of guarantee you need that others won’t access the voicemail – the assurance you *can* provide in-house is always greater, at a higher cost of course). *Full disclosure: this is a paid review from* [*ReviewMe*](http://www.reviewme.com/)*. Under the terms of the understanding I was not obligated to skew my viewpoint in any way (ie. only post positive facts).*