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Voice over IP (VOIP) Services

Service Overview?

VoIP stands for 'V'oice 'o'ver 'I'nternet 'P'rotocol .Simply, VOIP is using an IP network like the Internet for voice conversations. VoIP is a technology that routes voice signals over the Internet or any other IP-based network. Also called Internet telephony, IP telephony or digital phone, VOIP phone calls can be made three ways. (1)From computer to computer with the use of VoIP software. (2) Using an IP phone that can convert your voice into data packets. (3) Using a traditional phone connected to an ATA (analog terminal adaptor) that converts your voice into digital form. Your computer, IP phone or ATA plugs into a broadband Internet connection and the voice data packets are sent over the Internet to the recipient.


Who uses VOIP ?

  • Businesses who are interested in advanced communication features such as but not limited to call forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, caller ID and three-way calling

  • Those people who work from home (SOHO)

  • Businesses who want to make and receive calls cheaply


VOIP Advantages?

  • Low cost

  • Portability

  • Advanced features at no additional fees