VOIP for Dummies

VOIP stands for voice over internet protocol or in simpler terms means internet phone. Using VOIP services can save you hundreds of dollars every year on local, national and international calling.

If you are unfamiliar with VOIP and the many services available. This book guides you through how to use VOIP for your home or business phone service. It also explains to you what to look for in a good network. It also explains how to set up your VOIP to run on your wireless network.

You will find that there are many VOIP services available when you start to look. Some require extra equipment including special phones, routers or USB plug-ins for you computer. Others require no additional hardware at all and work directly through a headset that you simply plug into your computer.


What is VOIP Technology?

VOIP technology has been all over the news recently and is really making communication much simpler and certainly less expensive. VOIP or voice over internet protocol allows users to be able to talk using their voices over the internet. But what does this mean for you and really, what is VOIP technology?

If you have ever used a microphone on your computer to speak to someone else, you have already used this new VOIP technology. Even new digital phones use this technology to broadcast crystal clear sound reception to anywhere in the world. This new technology will help keep cell phone bills lower and even gives users the ability to have conversations with people anywhere in the world for free.


VoIP Phone System

What is a VoIP phone system? VoIP is Voice over Internet Protocol. Modern technology never ceases to amaze me. First, there was the Internet that opened the doors of communication all over the world. Then there was text messaging where we could chat with people one on one and now there is the ability to pick up a phone that is hooked to the computer and talk with people all over the world. There is no more need to type.

You only need four pieces of equipment and they are your computer, Internet connection, the proper software, and a USB phone or headset. The last one is most important. A USB headset is a headset with a microphone that hooks into your computer’s USB port, and a USB pone is a phone just like we normally use to talk on that plugs into your computer’s USB port.


VoIP Calling Service

A VoIP calling service can be cheaper than a landline and with the price of everything going through the roof it is good to now you can still stay connected with our friends and family and even business associates cheaper.

There are literally thousands of VoIP providers and they all have tons of features. In the end you will decide which one to choose but before you do you should choose what to look for in a VoIP provider.

Price should be the top concern. With so many providers out there, some are competing to give the lowest price for the best package. But, that doesn’t mean that is the best way to go. They may have put together a package with a bunch of features you don’t even need or want. You may be able to come out cheaper by going to another provider and just getting the features you want. Remember you get what you pay for. If you want more features and clarity you will have to pay the price.


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