What is VoIP?

A new technology called VoIP (Voice Over IP) enables conventional telephony services to operate over computer networks. It converts voice into signal digitally that enables the user to make calls from a computer, any data-driven device or through VoIP. It is also called IP telephony, broadband telephony, internet telephony or other broadband phone service. It is an alternative method of making phone calls  which can work out to be cheap or sometimes at no cost.

It is an alternative way of making phone calls that can be very cheap or completely free.

A new technology called VOIP (Voice Over IP) enables conventional telephony services to operate over computer networks. It converts voice into signal digitally that enables the user to make calls from a computer, any data-driven device or through VOIP. It is also called IP telephony, broadband telephony, internet telephony or other broadband phone service. It is an alternative method of making phone calls  which can work out to be cheap or sometimes at no cost.

What is VoIP

How VoIP Work?

VoIP technology provides telephony services to operate over computer networks through packet-switched protocols.The voice signals are sent in the form of packets like an electronic envelope.

The VoIP packets are transferred only through networks that are VOIP-compatible like LAN ( local area network). VoIP converts analog phone signals into digital signals that can be sent through the Internet. This can be done with the phone or by using Analogue Terminal Adapter .

When ATA is used by VoIP

Ordinary Phone Analogue Terminal Adapter (ATA) Ethernet Router Internet VOIP Service Provider

When VoIP Is used by IP Phone

IP Phone Ethernet Router Internet VOIP Service Provider

VoIP is Often Free

VOIP works on an already existing infrastructure without any additional expenses. VOIP transfers the sounds from the standard Internet environment by using IP Protocol.  By this way users can communicate with no extra costs adding up to the existing monthly bill. Users can make free VOIP calls using conventional landline phones and mobile phones.

Nevertheless When VOIP is used to completely replace Public Switched Telephone Network Service then it comes with a price and it works cheaper while making international calls that cuts down by 90% than the regular traditional calls.

Why is VoIP Cheap?

VoIP does not require any new connections for the user to make or receive calls. It can be done with the regular telephone connected to the local telephone lines.

VoIP is cheap compared to traditional phone system as the quality is not good and the connection can be a more static with less clarity – making it difficult for the users to hear properly. The quality of the VOIP call depends on the brand the organization uses. Most of the free VOIP calls are in low quality than the paid versions. Knowing that the VoIP quality is not good, users are still after it. Though the quality is certainly not as good as traditional telephones, it is more than adequate to provide decent communication.

VoIP Trend

VoIP has been widely accepted by most of the organization and is on the trend. VOIP is a new, upcoming future-proof technology that has taken over the Traditional Telephone System. Yet there are disadvantages in regard to security.

The acceptance and the growth curve of VOIP can be put in comparison with that of the primitive stage of the Internet era. VoIP not just helps to save money but also helps to bring good income to those who venture at this early stage.

Is there a difference between making a Local Call and a Long Distance Call?

Some VoIP manufacturers provide free services. Your VoIP provider allows you to provide an area code from the area in which you reside. Depending on the area code and service, people may incur long distance charges. Some VoIP providers allow users to call anywhere for a flat price and can call for a fixed amount of time.

If I have VoIP service, who can I call?

Users can call limited subscribers who has this service or to anyone who has a telephone number – it can be long distance, mobile and international or even local numbers. If the user calls to a normal phone, the user does not require any additional equipment to talk to the other person. There are yet other services that permit the users to speak to more than one person at a time.

Advantages of VoIP

Certain VoIP services provide services and features that are not available with regular phones or can be made available on an additional top up payment. Users need not pay for both traditional phone and for broadband connection.


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