VOIP  was developed to provide access to voice communication to anyone around the world. In most places, tradition PSTN voice communication is quite costly. Consider making a phone call to a person living in a country on the other side of the globe. The first thing you think of is your phone bill! VoIP solves this problem and many others.

Less than Traditional PSTN Calls

VoIP uses the Internet as a backbone. The only cost you have when using it is the monthly Internet bill to your ISP. Of course, you need broadband Internet access, like ADSL, with a decent speed. In fact, unlimited 24/7 ADSL Internet service is what most people use today, which is usually a fixed amount. You can speak as much as you wish on VoIP and the connection cost will still be the same.

Useful Features

Using Voice over IP also means an abundance of features which makes your VoIP experience very rich and sophisticated, both personally and for your business. You are thus better equipped for call management. You can, for example, make calls anywhere in the world to any destination in the world with your VoIP account. Features include Caller ID, Contact Lists, Voicemail, and extra-virtual numbers etc.

Flexible Network Layout

The underlying network for VoIP does not require a particular topology. This makes it possible for an organization to make use of proven technologies like ATM, SONET, Ethernet etc. Voice over IP is extensively used over wireless networks like Wi-Fi. Team Cnet upon request can design and build a network sufficiently robust for Voice over IP and other services.

When using Voice over IP, the network complexity inherent in PSTN connections is eliminated, yielding an integrated and flexible infrastructure which supports many types of communication. The system being more standardized, it requires less equipment management and is therefore more fault tolerant.

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