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VoIP Phone Service Information Guide

Are you looking to make the switch to VoIP phone service or interested in seeing what this home and business phone alternative is all about? Do you want to know how much money you can save and if it is a good idea to switch from your traditional land line to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)?

If so then you have found the right place. Below you will find  links that will provide you with the information that you are looking for about the technology, the best VoIP providers, reviews, and any other information we deem helpful. Before getting to the info section we wanted to briefly go over some details about VoIP phone service.

VoIP has become increasingly popular over the past several years due to the amount of money you can save by switching. It is basically a technology that allows voice communications to be routed over an IP network such as the Internet, through a gateway of sorts. It has been around since 2004 and its popularity has increased rapidly primarily because it is a cheap alternative to a traditional land line.

The major advantage to VoIP is its cost. If you subscribe to a VoIP service you generally pay a small monthly fee and get unlimited free calls to both local and long distance number. The monthly fee is a lot less than what people pay to a landline company and usually VoIP companies are also able to offer international calls for a pretty good price.

Some of the disadvantages of VoIP service include service during power outages and sound quality. With a traditional land line you can continue to use your phone during a power outage but with VoIP this can't be done. You can continue to use your phone as long as you have an Internet connection to your computer but once your modem dies you will be out of luck and not be able to make calls. The sound quality of most VoIP services is lower than that of an old school land line but sound quality is rapidly improving on VoIP networks as technological advances are made.

All of the providers that we have reviewed and plan to review are nationwide companies and are considered to be the top providers out there. When trying to decide on a company we highly recommend that you educate yourself on the quality of service, customer service, and sound quality of each provider in order to be sure you choose a company that you will be happy with. Prices vary widely so it is also important to consider price who choosing a company.

If you have any questions our VoIP guide or any of the companies we have reviewed please leave a comment below and we will get back with you.


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