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Understanding VoIP technology

Understanding VoIP technology
Friday 31 Oct 2014 [12:20]

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. It is another way of making phone calls, with the difference of making the calls cheaper or completely free.
VoIP has a lot of advantages over the traditional phone system. The main reason for using VoIP technology is the cost. VoIP is cheaper than traditional phone systems, but most people use it for free. If you have a computer with a microphone and speakers, and a good Internet connection, you can communicate using VoIP for free. This can also be possible with your mobile and home phone.

VoIP can be used anywhere in the world. It could be at home, at work, in your corporate network, during a travel and even on the beach. The way you make calls varies with the VoIP service you use.
VoIP transmits the sounds you make over the standard Internet infrastructure, using the IP Protocol. This is how you can communicate without paying for more than your monthly Internet bill. Skype is the most popular example of services that allow you to make free calls on your PC. There are many computer-based VoIP services out there, so many that you will have a difficult choice. You can also make free calls using traditional phones and mobile phones.

VoIP can be used for free with computers and even, in some cases, with mobile and landline phones. However, when it is used to completely replace the PSTN service, then it has a price. But this price is way cheaper than standard phone calls. This becomes good news when you consider international calls. Some people have had their communication costs on international calls cut down by 90% thanks to VoIP.
VoIP is a relatively new technology and there is still a lot to improvement to be made and it is expected to have major technological advances in VoIP in the future. It has so far proved to be a good candidate for replacing the traditional telephone system. It, of course, has drawbacks along with the numerous advantages it brings; and its increasing use worldwide is creating new considerations surrounding its regulations and security.

The growth of VoIP today can be compared to that of the Internet in the early 90's. The public is getting more and more conscious of the advantages they can reap from VoIP at home or in their businesses. VoIP which not only gives facilities and allows people to save, but also generating huge income for those who dived early into the new phenomenon.

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