What is VoIP?
VoIP stands for "Voice over Internet Protocol". VoIP has been an emerging technology for many years and
more recently has become very dependable & stable. VoIP takes
the call and breaks it apart in to packets. This technology allows for the
these call packets to be sent across different network paths to reach the same end point. This frees up circuits from being connected 100% of the time as in the traditional style. VoIP is used right now by many major carriers to
transport calls from central office to central office.
What does this mean to me?
This greatest advantage of VoIP is toll bypass. Toll Bypass means that you don't pay for each VoIP call. The call is
traveling over a network connection that is usually a flat fee. This savings usually pays for the product in 6-12 months or less.
Will VoIP work for me?
The companies that benefit the most from VoIP are companies with more than one office. As you know calls and faxes between office can run up your phone
bill, especially if the offices are in another area, state, or country. If have two or more offices you cannot afford not to look into VoIP.