Verizon, the giant itself, proves to be a great VoIP\u2014perhaps the best VoIP by offering tempting bundles. Verizon is massive enough to handle services for both big and small businesses, with a healthy selection of tiers. It\u2019s easy to use, and tech support will be willing to help when something happens outside of your control. And if you're on a budget and need cloud storage, we've reviewed the 5 cheapest cloud storage services for you.\r\nWhy We Like It - Verizon VoIP Review\r\nOffering some of the best package deals around, to make bills easier to manage\u2014in return getting VoIP service you\u2019d expect from Verizon, with nice bonus features to boot.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nAs a business phone service, the Verizon VoIP is unsurprisingly good, with great call quality we expected from phone calls on a cell phone or home phone. And so many calling features! You can auto attendant, hunt grouping (call goes back to original, who didn\u2019t answer), caller ID, and even do-not-disturb function. As a business VoIP, we find it\u2019s important to have plenty of options available.\r\n\r\nVerizon customer support is surprisingly good, but only when customer service is available for phone support. It isn\u2019t 24\/7, but neither is Vonage. For that kind of service, look to RingCentral or Jive. Using the office app on a mobile phone was straightforward, even if you hate smartphones.\r\nDesign\r\nThe Verizon VoIP is designed to work behind the scenes; otherwise easy to use. Getting started\u2014aside from specifications events\u2014is particularly straightforward. If you have some technical know-how, it starts with launching the Business Digital Voice mobile client, and an analog phone adapter. Tutorials are available to watch, but an IT employee could have it ready in no time. From there, administrators can monitor and use VoIP services right then and there.\r\nValue\r\nGetting Verizon Business Digital set up can be a bit of a drag, especially for a cloud based service. For starters, you\u2019re locked into a 2-year contract, with a $99 setup fee, then it\u2019s a per month basis. To get the best value, you would have to include Verizon Fios internet service, or Ooma Office. If you\u2019re already tied to other service providers, you\u2019ll have to consider jumping through more hoops. Phone lines, for example, start at 1 to 10, phone numbers for each, and expand with additional business services.\r\n\r\nFor small businesses, that\u2019s less of a problem; it\u2019s more towards companies that have already locked themselves into another internet provider. If that\u2019s not for you, consider Vonage because you can avoid signing contracts. But let\u2019s say you stick to this one\u2014does it have great value? Absolutely. This is Verizon, after all. As a VoIP phone service, they\u2019re already one of the best.\r\nVerizon VoIP Review Wrap Up\r\nVerizon VoIP just proves that it\u2019s still one of the best VoIP providers and purveyor of VoIP services. Its VoIP systems are easy to use, and you can always count on tech support if there\u2019s any problems, regardless of size. If you can, avoid the sting of a 2-year contract by taking Fios internet instead of just phone systems; it\u2019s a better deal.