VoIP calls

April 23, 2008 on 2:47 pm | In Telecommunication services | 2 Comments

The more advanced the world gets in terms of technology, the more people will gravitate towards things that simultaneously make their lives easy as well as things that are versatile. When it comes to communications, not much is easier or more versatile than our modern day ability to make a web call.

Calling over the internet, or web, popularly referred to as voice over internet protocol (VoIP) is so easy and best of all its one of the cheapest ways to make a phone call. As expected, most of the major phone companies are against the idea of calling over the internet. A call placed online avoids their long distance network and removes itself from their grid, meaning they cannot charge money for the placement of the call. Of course the phone companies are against anything that makes placement of a phone call without going through them because of this loss of income, it should come as no surprise then that most of the negative information you may hear regarding VoIP comes directly from the phone companies or agencies hired by them.

Placing a phone call over the internet also allows you the versatility of location since you are not tied to a physical phone line that stretches from the grid and attaches to your home. If you’re interested in a cheaper and more versatile way of making a phone call, look into voice over internet protocol.


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