Why Use Residential VoIP?
Are you running out of airtime minutes?
Want to reduce your long distance phone bill?
Do you spend a lot of time using your computer and find that you are losing touch with your nearest and dearest?
Well your answer to these problems may be in the latest communication technology VOIP.
VOIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol allows you to use your computer and the internet to communicate with the only cost being your broadband or dial up connection. This is known as Residential VOIP as opposed to a VOIP Business Phone System.
Residential VOIP means you can download the technology onto your computer and then communicate with your family and friends in exactly the same way that you would on the telephone but using your computer as a telephone instead. Your family and friends also need to have the technology on their computers but don’t let this put you off as it is very easy to download and use. You can make and receive calls from your computer, use your residential VOIP and call their computer and they can answer, you’ll be chatting, just like on the telephone, in no time. Once you get started you’ll be wondering why you never used VOIP sooner.
But it doesn’t stop there!
> Maybe the person you want to call using your computer doesn’t have a VOIP program on their computer, no problem, you can get an adaptor.
> Maybe you want to use your residential VOIP to call a regular phone, land line or cell phone, again, no problem, an adaptor will hook you up in no time.
So, if you don’t get to talk to your nearest and dearest as often as you like then get hooked up with a residential VOIP system and you won’t look back.
You can also use your Residential VOIP for international calls.
There are lots of different residential VOIP systems so take your time when choosing and make sure you pick the right system for you.