What is VoIP

What is Voice Over IP "VoIP"...

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a new technology that converts your phone call into data, and uses the power of your Broadband connection to call anyone in the world.

A major advantage of VoIP and Internet telephony is the digital quality of the call. which travels through your broadband connection rather than the public switch telephone network. It transforms your regular analog phone call into transmittable digital packets to be sent over the Internet.

The process is then reversed at the receiving end making it easy for you to place and accept phone calls just as you always have and allows more control over your own communication. With the use of your existing broadband connection, your regular analog phone and a compatible modem you can receive and make calls with ease.

You can also get secondary numbers in desired locations to make your long distance calling easier and more relaxed.

Suppose your best friend lives in Florida and you live in Washington State.

You call each other at least once a week. You get the secondary number in your friend's area code, which will connect directly to you without having to rely on costly programs or plans and no waiting for the evening rates.

VoIP Servcies Includes

Caller ID
Call Waiting
Call Forwarding
Call Rejection
Call Back
Three Way Calling
Automatic Redial
Last Call Return
Do Not Disturb
Voice Mail
E-911
Directory Assistance
Operator Services