If you are in the market for residential VOIP, you will find a number of quality choices. One of the newest and innovative has recently entered the market – Phonom. This residential VOIP provider is a privately held telecommunications company that is offering digital IP telephony services in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. Phonom uses Lucent’s Accelerate VOIP portfolio and Cavalier Telephone’s IP network services as well as the Cavalier as the DSL provider.
While there are many benefits to this residential VOIP, one of the greatest selling points is the price at just $34.99 a month. For this price you will enjoy unlimited local and long-distance calling anywhere in the United States and Canada and the benefits of 12 call management features.
Some of the solutions with Phonom include: web-enabled voicemail, switching platforms and a unified web portal, which enables consumers to manage e-mails, phone calls, voicemail, address books, calendars and more, and best of all these, features can be accessed from any personal digital assistant or computer.
There is also news of AT&T offering residential VOIP, ramping up the packet voice offering to business customers. The residential VOIP launched in the past few months will only reach a few markets while still in its beta form. AT&T is upgrading its West Coast network and, when complete, the residential VOIP service will launch in the top 100 markets in the United States.
It was a huge success in consumer and employee trials where consumers were given unlimited local and long-distance calling. Other providers offering residential VOIP in this very competitive industry include: Vonage, GeeFon, Packet8, VoiceGlo, VoicePulse, iConnectHere and Net International. Most of these companies are ramping up their efforts as well as a way of staying ahead of the competition.
Residential VOIP has become quite popular because it is affordable and saves consumers money. Although there are still aspects of this service that need to be improved upon, this solution is making a significant difference in how households are managed. With customer demand for higher data bandwidth, fixed wireless, DSL, and so on, broadband equipment to accommodate residential VOIP is being deployed.
Therefore if you are looking for ways to enhance the technology in your home, you should seriously consider residential VOIP, which will increase your calling ability and save you money at the same time.
To search for VOIP in your area click on Basic VOIP Search.