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Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Andrew Taub 
 
 Article Title :: Network Services
 
Ever since the break up of AT&T, companies have tried to save money on their telephone bills. First came changing your long distance carrier. You could get rates that were half or even lower then what AT&T charged. Eventually dozens of companies got involved in reselling long distance to the point where rates have gone to almost $.01 per minute.Later on came changing your local carrier. Many companies resold the local exchange carrier's lines at a discount. Service was not as good, but the discounts were compelling for many companies.Now the hot new thing is VoIP. You can get rid of the local phone company all together. You can get your dial tone from your cable compa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Mike Singh 
 
 Article Title :: Disadvantages of VoIP
 
VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is rapidly becoming a top choice for people wishing to avoid costly telephone service. The system works by allowing you to make phone calls using a computer network, such as your Internet provider. Depending on where you live, you may be able to keep your phone number. The service typically offers some type of unlimited long distance calling within certain areas (such as within the continental U.S. or throughout Western Europe), for a set fee. Many also offer minute-by-minute charges. People who are interested in VoIP are drawn to the lower monthly fees. Also, depending on the provider you choose, package deals are available that combine both Interne  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Clair Sandra 
 
 Article Title :: Make Free Internet Phone Calls With VoIP And Save A Ton Of Money On Phone Bills
 
Have you heard all the buzz about VoIP?Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is an emerging technology which allows you to make telephone calls over the Internet – many times for free. It is already starting to replace existing telephone networks, with many people and businesses choosing to cancel their traditional phone line and use VoIP instead. Why? Price. Consumer are finding that they can save a lot of money using VoIP technologies.Originally developed to provide voice communication between computer users in different locations, in recent years, VoIP has been further developed into a telephone network in its own right. People using VoIP can call any telephone anywher  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Bhupinder Kahlon 
 
 Article Title :: A Guide to VoIP
 
What is VoIP? Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the ability to transmit voice over the Internet to either a receiving computer, telephone or even a mobile phone. VoIP phone is becoming the popular worldwide telephone service for both consumer and the business communities. VoIP works by using a network technology known as Packet Switching Network whereas landline telephones use the Circuit Switching Network. This is referred to as the Public Switched Telephone Network.What's the difference between VoIP normal phones?The main difference between Packet Switching and Circuit Switching, is that Packet Switching uses (data) or Packets and sends them over the Internet w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Debbie Jacobsen 
 
 Article Title :: How to Make Free Internet Phone Calls From Your Computer
 
If you have a computer, a headset, and an internet connection, you can make free PC to PC phone calls to anyone in the world! The only catch is that the person you are calling must also have an active account with the same VoIP service provider, and must be online to get the call. With any VoIP service, "in-network" calling (all callers subscribing to the same carrier) is always free, but most providers require that you pay a small monthly fee which allows you to make "out-of-network" calls as well. Since this article is about making totally FREE internet phone calls, only the VoIP providers that offer 100% free calling will be mentioned.There are several internet  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Helen Upsher 
 
 Article Title :: VegaStream's Introduction to VoIP
 
Internet Telephony is used to describe a service that enables people connected to the public Internet with a suitably equipped PC to have voice conversation; examples of Internet Telephony providers include Skype. VoIP is the generic term for the technology that enables phone calls to be made over networks running the Internet Protocol, be that the public Internet or private IP networks. It is also the term that is used to describe the technology in a business to business context. One could say that the consumer will use Internet Telephony while businesses use VoIP.Voice over IP (VoIP) converts the analog signals of sound when using a telephone to a digital format for transmission  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Sandra Stammberger 
 
 Article Title :: What is VoIP Technology?
 
You may have heard the term Voip used a lot in the media, but are not sure what everyone is so excited about. Here you will find the answers to your most sought after Voip technology questions.What is Voip technology?Technically, VOIP is Voice Over Internet Protocol, or voices traveling over internet lines and wires like other information would. So, what does this mean to you? A lot. Even if you don't have a clue what Voip technology is, you may still be utilizing it everyday if you have a digital phone line or if you use a microphone hooked into your computer to speck to others while you are connected to the internet.What is Voip technology going to do for me?  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Helen Upsher 
 
 Article Title :: VegaStream - The Benefits of IP over TDM
 
Circuits on an IP network can carry more traffic than circuits on a TDM network. Strategically, it costs significantly less to deliver calls over IP than it does TDM. The laws of economics are driving us inexorably towards VoIP. However there are a number of other benefits that are specifically useful for businesses.TDM technology has evolved over a century and was primarily developed at the behest of the old nationalised post, telegraph and telephone companies (PTTs) such as the UK’s GPO before it became BT. Therefore the TDM network is rigorously engineered and very robust. We take it for granted that when we pick up a phone and punch a dozen or so buttons, another phone will  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Michael Lemm 
 
 Article Title :: The Straight Scoop On Business VoIP
 
VoIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol, is an enigma for many businesses. There are many flavors of VoIP and many pros and cons that you need to be aware of when considering which service to choose. One goal of this article is to help you decipher through the technospeak so that you can make an informed decision that will save you time and money.The first thing you need to know about VoIP Service is that it can replace your local phone company. Whether you have just one POTS (plain old telephone service) line or a voice T1 (24 bundled dedicated lines), a VoIP solution is meant to replace your phone company. Instead of using your local phone company's voice connection, VoIP wil  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: VOIP Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: What if there was No SPIT on Your VoIP
 
Well just when you thought you had SPAM under control with your IP Filters, change of email address, and SPAM Blockers here comes SPIT. But this is not the organic type, no this is a real threat and a much bigger problem. What is SPIT, well it is SPAM over IP Telephony. Basically they are sending you unwanted adds. But the Do Not Call Lists do not go there. And the SPAM law is not applicable to VoIP.This is very bad news for those who have switched to VoIP to save money on their long distance service. As the SPIT comes in, each one takes about a minimum of 30 milliseconds or more and thus could disrupt your phone service. Some estimate that you could get between 40-100 SPIT per day  (read full article)
 
 
 
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