Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
How VoIP works
Devices designed for VoIP
Video calling and conferencing with VoIP
Managing calls with VoIP
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Simply put, VoIP enables telephone calls using the internet instead of a traditional telephone network.
There are many advantages of VoIP phone service. It lowers costs, works well anywhere there’s a reliable internet connection, provides more capabilities than traditional phone service, is highly scalable, and is easy to install, configure, and maintain.
For businesses the most popular reasons to switch from traditional phone service to VoIP are cost savings, reliability, scalability, and added calling capabilities such as video calling and conferencing.
Yes. Setting up VoIP for business does require VoIP calling software (an app or application), VoIP-enabled devices, a VoIP phone system, and a reliable internet connection. Learn more and get started here.
For individuals, most mobile devices allow VoIP calling simply by switching from LTE to Wi-Fi calling in your device settings. Then, when you’re connected to Wi-Fi, your calls will be made using an internet provider versus through your wireless carrier network.