Residential VoIP

  • Ion MaeNov 01, 2016
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    employee using mobile phone for international call

    Have you ever cut a long distance or international phone conversation short with either a client or a remote employee because you were worried about racking up a hefty phone bill? If you frequently make overseas calls via a traditional landline, you know how easy it is to run up your phone bills due to the high call charges. Fortunately, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone solutions have helped businesses stay connected to clients, partners, suppliers, and employees overseas without breaking the bank.

  • Jackson WeberMar 22, 2016
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    calling with VoIP

    When it comes to your phone system, you want something that is reliable, flexible, and of the highest quality. Call quality is important (especially for your business) because it is one of your main sources of contact. If someone cannot contact you and/or receives a poor connection, a number of problems can occur: misunderstood information, customer frustration, and even a poor business image. After all, if your customer cannot easily communicate with you and your business, then they will likely look to other businesses for help.

  • Jackson WeberMar 08, 2016
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    dialing a number

    Your phone number is like your identity. Customers, family members, and friends all remember you based on your phone number, as it is one of the most surefire ways to connect. So it is important that you are able to keep your phone number regardless of whether you move or switch your service. And a Voice over Internet Protocol service is no different: you can easily port your existing phone number over to your new VoIP solution. Some offer number porting for free, while other providers offer a minimal one-time setup fee.

  • Jackson WeberMar 03, 2016
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    business phone

    Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is a phone system that uses new-age technology to help customers make affordable calls. To say it simply, VoIP utilizes your existing broadband connection in order to make and receive calls. This, in turn, making calling more affordable for you. But as a potential VoIP customer, you have to make a critical decision: am I using VoIP for business or residential purposes?

  • Jackson WeberApr 07, 2015
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    Lingo home phone service

    Home phone service has changed over the last decade. And did you know Lingo was one of the first in the telecom industry to introduce the world to VoIP technology? Lingo is a trusted name in the residential VoIP industry for years and has been offering home phone service in the United States for more than 10 years. Because Lingo uses VoIP technology, transforming the Internet into your phone line, you can use your service wherever there is an Internet connection.

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