Article by Natalie Aranda

What is VoIP?
VoIP is the acronym of Voice over Internet Protocol. To put it simply, VoIP technology to make phone calls (local, long distance or international) with an Internet connection. What’s VoIP service provides is the translation of your voice to transmit data packets over the Internet when you are talking, and the translation of data packets convey voice messages from the other end of the phone to the voice that you hear when you listen on the phone. Is VoIP right for me?
All VoIP providers charge a flat monthly service fee between – depending on your service plan. If you make a lot of calls, especially expensive international calls, the savings of many minutes of free international calls with VoIP easily justify the flat you have paid for VOIP service. If you do not talk often, but have a high-speed Internet connection is already the option to register with a VoIP service is still justified since you could completely avoid the usual local and long distance phone service you use. If you do not often talk on the phone and not have a high speed or broadband Internet connection, VoIP service is probably more expensive that normal phone services. You VAE pay for broadband.
What about the quality of VoIP service? The quality of VoIP service rivals traditional telephone service now, although the early VoIP was marked by poor sound quality and connectivity. It has become a mainstream alternative to traditional telephone. What do I need to use VoIP Phone Call? All you need is a VoIP router next to a standard telephone and an Internet connection, to specific, you need a high-speed Internet connection such as cable modem or DSL (Digital Subscriber Line). You do not need a computer to use VoIP for telephone call.If you’ve heard how difficult to use VoIP, which was then this is now. VoIP technology has matured in the last few years. How do I sign up for a VoIP service? There are many VoIP providers and a few large players. For example, Vonage boasts over a million subscribers and offers service in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, the UK and other European countries. Vonage phone continues to offer new services and plans to meet the needs of both business and residential market. Small businesses can use VoIP as an alternative to the 1-800 number to cut down the cost of phone bills.

About the author
Natalie Aranda writes about technology and the internet.