Monday, October 18, 2010

VoIP Service - 9 Facts You Need To Know

VoIP Service is one of the hottest technologies on the internet today. And, unlike so many other internet services, VoIP service - in place of a standard telephone service - actually provides real value to the user.

So what exactly is Voice over IP (VoIP)?

Voice over Internet Protocol. Simply the ability to transmit Voice traffic (an analog conversation) over the internet (a packet based protocol or data conduit). This is done much the way music is digitized when converted to MP3.

You have probably heard of Voice over IP or VoIP before, and maybe even used it, but check your knowledge against this list of 9 need to know facts:

VoIP is an exciting new technology, but it's not yet perfected Skype, and now Google Talk, are the easiest ways to get started Some VoIP Service companies that are here today will be gone tomorrow A VoIP phone is only as reliable as your broadband internet connection You don't want to rely on a VoIP phone line for 911! VoIP phone service does not carry the same legal protections as a landline Low introductory prices for VoIP service will likely increase later, maybe a lot Long distance is getting cheaper all the time, removing some incentive for VoIP VoIP is the future, and merits looking into
VoIP is exciting, but not perfect

We all love something for nothing, but have you ever heard the phrase "There's no such thing as a free lunch?" Sure you have. With Voice over IP, keep in mind that it is a relatively new and developing technology, and the "price" can be lack of quality.

The internet is designed to pass data packets. The ability to resend packets that are lost in transmission is built in to the way the internet works. This works great with data packets - keep resending until the recipient gets it or a predetermined timeout factor.

If a packet is lost with voice, however, how does the person speaking know to stop talking until the packet arrives at the other end? Getting the picture? Think early days of cell phones (depending on where you're at you might be thinking of cell phones today!).

Anyone who has used VoIP, and you probably have been on the receiving end of a VoIP call whether you knew it or not, knows that drop outs and dropped calls do happen. Many businesses are beginning to use VoIP to save money on long distance. Next time you receive a call from a business and the line quality "waffles" a bit, you are probably on a VoIP call.

Skype (or Google Talk) is a must for anyone interested in VoIP

You simply MUST checkout this technology. It primarily turns your computer, with a microphone and speakers (preferably a headset), into a telephone. When you login to Skype, Skype servers can then connect others to you automatically when they "dial" your username.

You can call any other Skype user, who is online, for free. With inexpensive minute packages, you can call any phone number in the world.

WIFI enabled cell phones even have the ability to make skype phone calls right from the phone's menu. This saves paid minutes for other calls and allows international calling to be free.

I know several businesses with employees scattered around the world who keep everyone in touch via free skype calls.

What VoIP companies will be around for the long haul?

Not all VoIP companies are like Vonage, and Vonage is... well, have you noticed that the Vonage stock IPO (initial public offering) was less than well received, with the price of the stock quickly falling 50% and more?

Vonage is probably the best known VoIP company, and if you prowl the internet chat rooms and newsgroups you will see an awful lot of complaints about dropped calls and other quality and service issues. The company may ultimately get the kinks worked out and improve their reputation, but only time will tell.

Many other VoIP companies may not last very long. Don't you kind of wonder about a business that pays up to $200 for a residential VoIP Service referral, as long as the referral stays a $20/month customer for at least two months? I know of one such company. Scary.

Not a big deal if you are just playing around with VoIP on a second phone line and trying to save a little on long distance. But what happens to number portability when the company that has your number no longer answers their phone?

Reliability of the Internet

With Voice over IP, don't forget what IP stands for - Internet Protocol. Is your internet service ever down, or sloooow? Guess what that does to your VoIP service; that's right, what service!

Even if you have the most reliable ISP or Internet Service Provider, the VoIP call needs to get to the other end after being properly routed everywhere in between. If any part of the path fails and cannot quickly redirect, your call is either dropped or nonexistent in the first place.

In order for VoIP service to work well, the entire network must support something known as QoS, which stands for Quality of Service. Problem is, not every path on the internet supports QoS, at least not yet.

Just like a chain, a Voice over IP phone call is only as good as its weakest link.

And that leads right into the next point..

Do NOT rely on a VoIP phone line for 911

Now I know there are those of you who are young, single and carefree who maybe have never had to call 911 in your life and don't expect to have to.

But it's not just seniors and families with children who have medical emergencies, whether it be for someone who lives in that residence or a visitor.

What about fire? What if you have to call the Police?

Do you ever want to pick up the phone to dial 911 and not get an immediate dial tone? Do you ever want to have to redial because the call was dropped? Do you ever want to get routed to the wrong 911 dispatcher? Or have the dispatcher not get your correct address on their screen?

Emergency 911 service is yet to be available with many Voice over IP services in most areas of the United States. Some providers in fact will only let you make OUTBOUND calls from your home because of this (they want you to keep a land line for now).

For those where it does work it depends on the correct data being entered in their master database somewhere and for the routing algorithms to work correctly for your call to get to the correct 911 emergency call center.

Traditional landlines have a variety of legal protections, but not VoIP phone service

With the current attitude of the US Government to keep chipping away at the Consitution in the name of anti-terrorism, I don't expect that many, if any, legal protections will be extended to VoIP. Certainly none that will protect you from Uncle Sam that's for sure. And YES, VoIP calls can be traced, even over encrypted connections!

Don't be sucked in by low introductory rates

We all know how it works. 3, 6, 12 months at a low price, then huge increase once they've got you hooked. Companies like Vonage started out with rates around $50/month. Now they offer intro rates of $20 - $30/month.

You know where they want to go with those rates. Up. The higher the better for them. Quite possibly back toward $50/month.

The only thing that will prevent that from happening is competition. But in order for competition to keep prices down, the customer, that's you, have to be willing to endure the inconvenience of jumping ship. That's a task certain to be more painful if you try to take your phone number with you.

Can you count on the VoIP service provider to make it easy for you to switch to one of their competitors? Can you spell "Busy Signal"? Sure you can. You've been there before. It's not like being able to walk in the office of your local phone company where you can speak to someone in person!.

And for $20 - $50/month, you can buy a lot of long distance these days; which leads me to the next item..

Long distance just keeps getting cheaper

If your primary reason for giving up the quality and reliability of a land line is to get free long distance, your reason is getting smaller every day.

Why? Long distance rates are coming down. Between competition and the fact that telecommunications companies are themselves using Voice over IP to route long distance traffic. The difference, though, is that telecoms use dedicated networks with high dollar equipment to eliminate the dropped calls and to keep the quality of the call in line with what their customers expect.

Many traditional phone customers are being offered unlimited calling packages now. And who doesn't have some spare minutes on their cell phone package to use for a long distance call now and then? The attractiveness of free calling via a VoIP service is diminishing daily.

Conclusion: The future of VoIP

Bottom line? Voice over IP is here to stay. It is the future. For those who feel like being a pioneer, new technology can be fun. Just remember what can happen to pioneers, they get arrows in their back!

If you fancy the latest in technology, take Voice over IP for a test drive, I am.

But when I have a really important call, or I don't want to make a bad impression or I'm calling someone older who doesn't hear so well any more - I pick up a land line, dial 1+ the number and show some respect for the person on the other end of the line.

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Roger DeReu has been working with PC's, as a programmer, IT specialist and independent consultant, since 1984. He currently consults primarily with small and medium sized businesses in the Midwest. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional and Small Business Specialist. The FreeComputerConsultant website was originally created to be a free resource for the employees of his clients to have access to his knowledge for benefit of their home PC's.

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Sunday, October 17, 2010

VoIP Phone Systems

VoIP phone systems are used with Voice over Internet Protocol technology. VoIP is the technology used to transmit audio as data or Packets over the Internet to either a computer user or to a landline telephone. VoIP is increasing in popularity, as it is highly valued for its great quality, low cost, sometimes completely free and has incredible features. VoIP phone systems are a viable solution for business needs as well. This will also allow long distance calls for either free or for just pennies compared to traditional phone services.

You can also use VoIP technology by using Instant Messaging services that have voice options enabled. These include, AOL, Yahoo Messenger with VoiceInstant Messenger, Ebay's Skype, MSN and even Google has started their own VoIP messenger.

When using VoIP services, you can simply use a microphone and speakers to communicate with your caller. You need a High Speed Internet connection to allow for your calls to be in real time, and you will also need a soundboard and computer that is up to date with VoIP technology. You may also need a phone adapter for converting standard telephones into VoIP phones, or a VoIP phone.

VoIP phone system adapters are another means of communicating with VoIP. A VoIP phone adapter will connect between your standard telephones, and your Internet modem. Your phone adapter will come with installation and user instructions. Generally, you will need to power off your computer, then connect the adapter to your Internet modem and then plug your telephone into the adapter's phone jack. Power everything back up and you should be good to use your phone. You will need to make sure that you have VoIP service previously installed.

You can also purchase a VoIP phone, specifically designed for use with your VoIP service. VoIP phones come in both corded and cordless forms. VoIP corded phones come with many features. You can purchase a desktop phone that includes speaker phone, Call Waiting, Hold, Speed Dial, Transfer, and programmable keys such as Menu, Dial, Volume, Transfer, Cancel, and Headset or Speaker mode.

New 2 line VoIP corded telephone are also available. Some of the features that come with a phone include 3 Way Conferencing, phone to phone/PC or phone to gateway direct dial. These VoIP phone systems are perfect for small businesses or for use in the home office.

VoWiFi is another option which is becoming popular. VoWiFi stands for Voice over Wireless Fidelity. This is the use of VoIP over a wireless connection. A VoWiFi phone operates by using a wireless network's access point. The advantages of using VoWiFi, is that you can easily pick up network signals or "hotspots" for free. However, VoWiFi will not work if it is out of a wireless range, and immediately you will be terminated from your call. If you have a wireless network that you are local to, you will find VoWiFi to be a great advantage and extremely cost effective.

Another popular choice in VoIP phones is the cordless VoIP phone. These cordless VoIP phones are not the same as VoIP wireless or VoWi FI phones systems. These phones are similar to cordless standard phones. They will work in your house, but not outside, apart from your basic VoIP service.

Issues with network connectivity has driven the need for Hybrid VoIP phone systems. A hybrid is a cross between a cellular phone and VoWiFi. A Hybrid will place your call when you are in your cellular network range, and then, to prevent roaming charges, can pick up free VoWiFi by entering a hotspot. This is a great combination of two technologies and time will tell where the hybrid phone will evolve in the future.

In conclusion, VoIP is an advancement in telecommunications that is here to stay. Whether you use your computer, and Internet Messaging program, a VoIP phone adapter, VoIP cordless or corded phones, VoWiFi or Hybrids the future points to VoIP as the telecommunication method of choice. Today you can choose from VoIP phones, headsets, and even VoIP videophones that work as a web camera incorporating video with your audio. Talk has become very cheap or even free with VoIP phone systems!

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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Mini 3.5mm Flexible Microphone for PC/Laptop/Skype

Mini 3.5mm Flexible Microphone for PC/Laptop/SkypeYou can take it with you! This slim 6.7 inch mic will slip easily into a laptop case (unless it's a form-fitter!), and features a flexible cable for easy positioning. Installation is as simple as Plug & Play - no drivers or software are necessary. Use it with Skype, for VOIP applications, or chat programs. Adjust the microphone's settings from your PC's audio control panel. Does not require an external power supply. (***Note for Mac users: Apple Mac computer hardware requires a mic with its own power supply. This mic may not be suitable for use with Apple/Mac computers. Check with Apple for your particular model if you are unsure.***)
Sensitivity: -54±3dB
Frequency Range: 100-5KHz
Jack: 3.5mm
Length: 17cm (slightly over 6.5 inches)

Price: $2.95

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Friday, October 15, 2010

NetTalk Duo Reviews, Inc has a spanking new gizmo to offer VOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) users. It recently launched NetTalk Duo, which is to be considered as MagicJack’s greatest competitor in the market. Recent marketing research and strategies have shown that it will take awhile for MagicJack to come up with anything to level with this new internet wonder. NetTalk Duo is not your typical VOIP for several reasons. First, its portable and palm-size sleek design can make you carry it anywhere. Second, apart from it can connect you to your loved ones and other important people anywhere in US and Canada, it offers a lower international call rate and provides an even more economical go signal with its unlimited free calls to fellow NetTalk Duo users. Unlimited, International, and Free. What more can you ask for? Of course we cannot leave NetTalk Duo’s grandest and probably its incomparable feature: computer-less. Yes, you read it right. Say goodbye to hefty CPU’s, entangled wirings and cables, and most importantly, bid farewell to running electricity bills. This VOIP wonder offers same VOIP service minus energy, hassle and money consumption. You can easily and directly plug NetTalk Duo to your internet router. If MagicJack uses USB connection, NetTalk Duo befriends Ethernet connectivity and lessens your toil from using a computer and that is one huge convenience escalation.

For only $69.95, you can reach your family, relatives, friends and business partners be it in US and Canada or anywhere in the world without worrying about the cost. This enchanting purchase comes with everything you need for a quick installation, including a 3-ft. Ethernet cable, USB cable and a USB for easy plug and play. The user has to deal with high-speed Internet and start a traditional telephone or wireless cable. Other features of the Duo includes 411 directory, local toll-free 911, three-way incoming calls, call waiting and caller ID. For uninterrupted services, you just have to pay $29.95 for renewal of unlimited landline and mobile number phone calls. It does not require any installation and ensures superior clear and crisp audio feedback quality local and elsewhere.

So what are you waiting for? We are in the golden times when less is more. In this complicated world we live in, we need to make things as simple as possible. More calls for less work and effort. There is no VOIP phone that can do better than NetTalk Duo.

Update: I’ve included a very complete review by one of our readers.

NetTalk has graciously sent one of their new DUO for testing and dissembling. This report will be factual and non biased.
In no way am I connected, affiliated with to/or indebted to the NetTalk identities.
I am a customer of the TK, able and willing to test.

Delivery and packaging:
UPS arrived unannounced and unexpected, wife who caters to my eccentric, collected the standard 10×8×5 cardboard shipping box and demanded “What is this? What have you gone and ordered now?

Not knowing who it was from, and not knowing what to expect inside, I slunk down to my office and opened the box with trepidation.

Sitting in a mass of scrunched up copy paper packaging (unprofessional, but better than styro peanuts) sat a sturdy coulourful (blue,green and white), 5×7×3 netTALK DUO box.

Marketing and aesthetics:
At first glance the Duo’s box seems to grab my attention, the picture of the new device prominently displayed in the top half of the cover. On closer examination (maybe this is only me) the small white lettering on the green and the green on white background, was difficult to read. The back cover depicts the DUO and its 2 connection methods.
On opening the box, an air bag the size of 2 standard bars of soap was found on top of a welcome mat card. Removing the mat uncovered a “Quick Starter Guide” and a blow molded cardboard panel which safely housed the DUO in a formed recess.
The DUO is a slick shiny black box the size of 2 match boxes, with a noted feature of corners being cut (joke, funny). A second shallower recess (empty) was evident adjacent to the DOU’s (more on this later).
Below this panel resided, Ethernet, USB cables and the USB power supply.

It should be noted that the weight/thickness of the box need not be as substantial. The size could be reduced to eliminate the need for the air pillow and better accommodate the ¾” short blow molding panel. Shipping from China could house more units in standard shipping cartons.
Note: the right upper corner had what appeared to be rodent teeth marks, poor quality control at shipping.

Assembly and installation:
Like a kid with a new toy and an experienced TK6000 user, I immediately assembled the DUO, plugged in the Ethernet cable and powered the unit.
Almost instantaneously I received a ring back and was able to make a test call (to myself, LOL).
I now sat back and perused the Quick guide, Whew! I installed it correctly without instruction… (instructions are for the weak and uninitiated as well as for confirmation to the initiated)

First issue,
Following the enclosed instructions, I activated the Account Manager but could not locate the Password and User name which should have been attached to the blow mold panel, several minutes searching located the scrunched slip of paper in the lower corner of the box (had I not been a TK user I would not have know what to look for) assume this should have been secured in the shallow depression on the blow mold panel..

Second Issue:
The registration went well until I attempted to input my valid Canadian address, (cannot access phone numbers until this section is complete and validated).

The E911 will no longer accept a Canadian address, (note: I already have 2 TK6k listed at Canada address).

In order to access the portal for a number selection, you will have to introduce a pseudo (USA Address).

BEWARE… Should you or your family dial 911, Emergency Services will respond to the pseudo (USA Address). Philip

First connection was to an “EnGenius ESR-9752” via Ethernet cable, 30' length and remote from the communications room (in the basement). This circuit is not specified in the router as catering to VOIP and so does not benefit from having a designated IP or QOS.
As note earlier, almost immediate provisioning was accomplished. The new status light turned green and the Ethernet activity lights provided indication of network traffic.

To be fair in my assessment, a 10/100 switch was installed on this Ethernet cable, the DUO along with a TK6k were connected to this remote station (dining room), each with a standard POTS corded handset and their respective supplied power supplies.
On power up the DUO responded to provisioning in ½ the time required for the TK.

Several days of call testing revealed clear uncluttered audio quality.
Note the TK has a reserved IP and QOS, the DUO still straight through connection (no IP reservation or QOS).

As the connection quality and ease of connection may be related to my network, the switch along with its downstream compliment (DUO & TK6k) will be soon traveling to alternate sites for further evaluation. Further report will be forthcoming.

To unclutter this test bed, the individual power supply cubes were replaced with a powered 7 port USB hub, both units are happy with this new power arrangement.

The ability to connect the DUO via USB cabling will wait for a unfettered working version of the driver. :geek:

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Monday, October 04, 2010

VoIP Deployment For Dummies

VoIP Deployment For DummiesSo you're in charge of implementing a VoIP phone system for your organization? VoIP Deployment For Dummies is a crash course in Voice over Internet Protocol implementation!

Here's how to analyze your network and implement a VoIP phone system, manage and maintain it, keep it secure, and troubleshoot problems. You'll learn how to plan the rollout, work with Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), handle fax issues, and keep your users happy.

  • Understand how VoIP works, common misconceptions about it, and the pros and cons for your organization
  • Compare and comprehend hardware and software choices
  • Discover the options for touch tones and faxing via VoIP systems
  • Analyze network devices, IP addresses, connections to remote sites, and other aspects that will affect VoIP implementation
  • Draw up a test plan, check out both voice and fax transmission, get a report, and schedule the installation
  • Investigate SIP call generation, identify the elements, understand cancelled calls, and re-INVITE calls
  • Troubleshoot your system, identify call variables, trace the source of a problem, manage trouble tickets, and resolve failures
  • Manage latency, jitter, and flap, and take advantage of Wireshark
  • Find out what to expect when your system goes live

Written by an expert with extensive real-world experience in VoIP implementation and management, VoIP Deployment For Dummies provides the know-how you need. You'll be able to implement your system and manage any issues proactively, which is sure to look good to your boss!

Price: $29.99

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Sunday, October 03, 2010

Switching to VoIP Phone Service - Does it Add Value to Your Business?

Why does switching to a broadband VoIP phone service make sense?

VoIP phone systems are flexible, feature rich systems that reduce telecommunication budgets without compromising on voice quality or features. In fact, VoIP has uses way beyond the capabilities of conventional phone systems such as virtual phone numbers, voice mail and fax forwarding, switching from Wi-Fi to cellular network, and more.

In spite of the strides in VoIP technology, many businesses have reservations about adopting VoIP. Their concerns are - substandard voice quality, insecure network, dependence on internet connectivity, cost and complexity of implementation. In this article, we discuss how the benefits of VoIP overshadow the drawbacks, and how to maximize your VoIP system.

Why should you select VoIP phone systems?

VoIP will undoubtedly add value to your business. Here's how:

Improving VoIP technology

Early VoIP restricted users to computer systems and average voice quality. Today's standard phones (with VoIP adapters) and IP phones promise high voice quality, mobility, and various useful features. Existing data networks are utilized by businesses to manage phone calls within the office, leading to huge savings and increased productivity.

VoIP reduces telecommunication costs

Traditional phone systems involve the administration and maintenance of costly infrastructure as per industry regulations. With VoIP, businesses reduce implementation and maintenance overheads by maintaining a single network for voice and data. Movement of employees that typically costs $100 per head is now as simple as plugging an IP phone into another broadband network jack. VoIP providers too fall cheaper than traditional phone system vendors.

Mobility and accessibility with VoIP

An IP phone can be used wherever there is broadband. You can take calls from clients and associates from office, home, a hotel or even a friend's place without their trying your cell phone. Many VoIP systems include software that allows you to make and receive calls on your laptop with a headphone and microphone unit.

Easy VoIP configuration

VoIP phone systems can be configured to forward voice mails and faxes to your email inbox and read emails into voice mail. You can easily manage your messages and mails from one place.

Virtual phone number

You may want your business to have an area code of another region if you are targeting customers there. With VoIP, you can have a virtual phone number with the desired area code.

VoIP improves productivity

Studies show that VoIP systems improve productivity by almost 4 hours per employee per week. VoIP phone system features cut down on the time wasted in managing calls. You can even set your VoIP phone number to ring simultaneously on your cell phone and landline before reaching voice mail, making sure you never miss an urgent call.

Making the most of VoIP phone systems

As you can see, VoIP has much to offer. If you still have concerns about potential hurdles, these tips will help you stay on top of them.

1. Hire VoIP service vendors

Though a standard VoIP phone system is fairly simple to install, hire a VoIP service provider for larger projects. Your network provider may also have a VoIP solution for small businesses and can install and configure it for you.

2. Run a pilot project

Have a small group of people use the VoIP system and verify its usefulness to your business. Once you're satisfied, roll it out across the office. Retain your traditional phone system as a backup during this phase.

3. No missed calls with call forwarding

Configure VoIP phone systems to forward unanswered calls to a cell phone or landline. If there's ever an electricity outage, you won't miss any calls till your backup (generator, etc.) gets going.

4. Secure your network

The only way to circumvent call hacking is to protect your network from denial-of-service attacks and digital hackers. Network security should always be updated and meticulous.

VoIP phone systems are an economical option with all the advantages of a technologically evolved telecommunications system. Small businesses can reduce travel costs with high quality videoconferencing in real time, call center applications, and other compelling benefits of VoIP. With latest wireless phones offering seamless switching between mobile and Wi-Fi networks, VoIP users can look forward to more cost savings and attractive offerings.

Daljeet Sidhu is at TradeSeam. Read our VoIP Service Providers blog article, Small Business VoIP blog article.

Saturday, October 02, 2010

VOIP Telephone - Separating the Lies From the Truth

Broadband VOIP telephone service for both business and residetial purposes.

VOIP telephone and voice over ip systems are changing the way people talk on the phone. A VOIP telephone is now helping corporations change their global communications policies and is putting them more in touch with international business partners. A VOIP telephone is changing the way personal users talk to their families and giving them more time to share and communicate like it was originally intended. Distance no longer needs to mean cost thanks to VOIP telephone services.

Having a VOIP phone may make you the most popular person in the office. Imagine having the capability to use your VOIP anywhere in the world and still get excellent rates, possibly even pay no money at all, for long distance phone calls. Incoming calls can be automatically moved to your VOIP phone, regardless of where you have decided to connect to the VOIP network. This gives the VOIP phone user a great deal of mobility and functionality, on the road or abroad. The VOIP telephone is certainly the thinking person's communication device, enabling the entire world to draw closer as the user continues to move through it.

Business VOIP is one of the most popular services available from VOIP providers. Most providers offer free VOIP telephone numbers to use nearly everywhere in the world. These numbers are arranged through organizations that compile and connect people on VOIP networks. VOIP User is one of these organizations and it enables customers the ability to connect to any network and at time anywhere in the world for free. This mobility makes VOIP telephone systems the wave of the future for corporate users and for business VOIP plans.

You can also use a VOIP call center to enable connectivity for customer service at all hours of the day, every day, any day of the year. This type of service is unique to VOIP users because the VOIP call center can actually be mobile, too. As long as the VOIP call center user has a good connection to the internet or to another network, helping out with customer service calls is possible.

Many VOIP systems or providers also provide a series of bundled extras for no extra charge. This PSTN features include great items like 3-way calling, call forwarding, call waiting, automatic redial, and the ever-popular caller ID. The services VOIP call centers provide are also bundled with these great features, making VOIP an even more popular choice among people looking for a great deal with great service features as well. It is a program that seems too good to be true to many people, but the technology is real and the programs work just as they say they will.

The future in terms of VOIP telephone systems is here. Without a doubt, VOIP telephone technology is on its way to taking over the communications work and establishing new trends within a matter of mere years. As systems change and evolve to offer even more capabilities to customers, the customer base of companies like Vonage VOIP will grow significantly and people will flock to VOIP providers to upgrade their existing telephone services to something better. VOIP will change the way we communicate once again.

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