The old phone network only had voice capability, and added data capability when we added computers. Do you remember when you had a “Modem” (Modulator Demodulator) device that changed electronic email into “audio noise” and sent it to another modem over the voice phone line to change it back into electronic email at the other end? This is just the opposite. VoIP is the process that changes audio into data that can be sent and received on the Internet.
One of the best benefits of VoIP is that it does not recognize long distance charges. [No Joke.] If you have a VoIP system you will have no long distance phone charges. You may have latency and jitter, or delay, issues, but delay, or echo, was true with the old phone system, too.
So, how do I get VoIP for my home or business?
GoBrolly® is utilizing 1-VoIP to offer you special VoIP services for as low as $8.97 a month, as well as nationwide, unlimited calling for $16.97 a month with free features like Spam-Call Filtering, Webfax, Email, and Cloud Storage.
Contact 1-VoIP today for more information: 888-369-VOIP (8647) or visit 1-VoIP.
Any of our GoBrolly℠ plans will enable you to use VoIP. Technically, you will be told that it only takes .040 Mbps Down and Up for every conversation that needs to use VoIP. Right. You will hear seasoned IT consultants say that it really takes double that, .080 Mbps Down and Up to use VoIP. GoBrolly℠ believes that it really takes .100 Mbps Down and Up, for every phone handset. You also need to use something call QoS “Quality of Service” in all your devices that you want to use VoIP with. GoBrolly℠ also believes that you should use something called UDP “User Datagram Protocol” internet ports to enable VoIP. This just means that there is less error checking and more just sending and receiving. (We humans are good at “error checking” our voice communications ourselves.)