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  • 3). Tell Your Phone Company to VoIP Off!  By : Michael Brito
    I don’t know about you, but I am sick and tired of being ripped off by my local phone company. For years, I have been held captive by this monopolizing regime with no hope of moving on to something better. It’s been a financial struggle that has caused me to seek counseling numerous times throughout the years. Why? Because my phone company charges me for everything: I want to add voicemail, they charge me.
    Article Related to: voip, voip service, internet phone service

  • 4). What Is A VoIP Gateway?  By : Laura Rupert
    The meshing of old analog telephone connections and VoIP service means that there has to be something that sort of brings the two together so that customers don’t have to spend a lot of money to get the new devices needed for VoIP service. A VoIP gateway acts as a bridge between the old and the new, allowing customers to use their same phone lines, their same phones, but still enjoy the benefits of modern technology.
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  • 5). VoIP And E911 Service  By : Michael Weaver
    In the event of an emergency, are you capable of receiving the emergency response from calling 911 that you normally expect when using a traditional phone line? In the United States as well as Canada, a 911 call placed from your telephone is routed to PSAP (Public Safety Answering Points). Your number and location are reported when this call is placed.
    Article Related to: voip, e911, broadband phone service

  • 6). The Great Opportunity For VoIP Resellers  By : Mark Woodcock
    Making telephone calls over the Internet using voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) is an efficient and cost saving technology that is in a position to forever change telephone communications. VOIP is not a new phenomenon, having been in use in the business world for quite a few years. In the last couple of years, though, it has begun to catch on with.
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  • 8). VoIP - Why Some People Use It  By : FullService Broadband Provider
    Why do some people choose to use VoIP over the local telephone company service? While there are many possible answers to the question above, I’d like to point out a few reasons that I’ve personally seen or heard of. Being a small business owner, I for one made the decision based on cost. So let’s start there. Before switching to VoIP, I was using my local RBOC (Regional Bell Operating Company) and a large long distance provider.
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  • 9). Once You Go VoIP, You Never Go Back!  By : Michael Brito
    With the current explosion of VoIP all over the world, it is not surprising that many people in the U.S. are now jumping on the VoIP bandwagon. The technology works by routing voice conversations over the Internet via IP networks. The voice data does not use circuit switch transmission lines of the past, but instead uses packet switched networks that do the same thing, but cheaper and more efficiently.
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  • 10). How VoIP Is Used  By : San
    While there are a number of ways that VoIP is currently being used, most individual callers fall into one of three categories: ATA, IP Phones, and Computer-to-Computer. ATA or Analog Telephone Adaptor, is the most common way of using VoIP. This adaptor actually allows you to hook up the phone, which is already in your house, to your computer, and then to your Internet connection.
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  • 11). Cut Your Business Overhead With VoIP  By : Michael Brito
    Business expenses play a significant role in impacting company profits and keeping these costs in line is crucial to the long term success of any venture. With fuel prices rising, interest rates surging, and salaries escalating, many business managers are finding it increasingly difficult to contain costs without resorting to implementing higher prices for products and services.
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  • 14). Free VoIP Services: Not Necessarily Free  By : Mark Woodcock
    Though not a new technology, VOIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol, has recently begun gaining ground on the traditional long distance telephone industry. Simply put, VOIP is the ability for a person to talk on the telephone over an Internet connection. Using a variety of types of equipment to switch analog sound bits into digital data packets, VOIP has made placing long distance phone calls more efficient, more convenient, and much less expensive.
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  • 17). VoIP and Local Telephone Companies  By : Full Service Broadband Provider
    With VoIP technology entering the mainstream, it brings the possibilities or huge profits for the companies that provide the service. The current promise of cost savings is driving more and more residential and business users to investigate this technology. But the local telephone companies are not going to give up customers without a fight. There is a current mandate by the US federal government that all VoIP providers offer E911 service.
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  • 18). What's The Story With VoIP?  By : James Johnson
    Unless you've been residing in a cave for the last few years, you've probably at least heard the word "VoIP" even if you didn't understand what all the excitement is about. VoIP stands for "Voice over Internet Protocol" and it's going to change the way you think about making long distance phone calls. Basically, VoIP technology turns analog audio signals (like the sounds you hear when talking on your regular telephone) into a digital signal (which is then transmitted over the Internet.
    Article Related to: voip, voip service provider

  • 23). Nortel BCM50 for small business  By : Jay h.
    BCM©, Business Communications Manager&©, Nortel Networks© are registered Trademarks of Nortel Networks©. Tele Technology is in no way affiliated with Nortel Networks, but a third party seller of telephone equipment. There is no doubt we need to chit chat a little about the Nortel BCM 50 VoiP Phone System. For those of you business owners out there who have been contemplating buying a VoiP phone system, this article will shine a light on a new innovative product made specifically for the small and mobile business office.
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