Many people are searching for ways to save money on their telephone charges. While competition amongst local and long distance phone companies has created tremendous savings for many customers, most consumers would still prefer to pay less. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony is offering this option, and many people are discovering the advantages of using the Internet to carry their telephone calls locally and to telephone numbers around the world.
Because it uses the Internet, VoIP bypasses the charges associated with using traditional long distance "lines," meaning that the average customer can save tremendous amounts of money on telephone charges every year. While most VoIP providers use hardware that utilizes a broadband Ethernet connection, VoiceGlo is one provider that offers a computer based VoIP service, meaning that people who have dial up Internet service (whether by necessity or by choice) can still use VoIP.
Using VoIP through a computer offers a number of advantages and disadvantages, and VoiceGlo's customers have learned a great deal since VoiceGlo began offering VoIP service in 2002. While VoiceGlo offers customer support in many different forms, these customers are a tremendous source of information about VoiceGlo's products and services. But how can you access this information, you might ask? The answer is that Internet technology discussion groups often include a VoiceGlo forum, where VoiceGlo users can "gather" to discuss the company's VoIP service.
The VoIP marketplace is wide open, and customers have to choose between several different VoIP providers. VoiceGlo is just one of these providers, and is one of the only ones offering a computer based VoIP platform. If you want to find out how VoiceGlo works, it is best to ask people who have used it: that is why a VoiceGlo forum is the best source of information. The VoiceGlo forum you choose will likely include discussions of how VoiceGlo software is installed, as well as any known issues or problems accompanying this installation.
A VoiceGlo forum will also include tips and discussion threads about how to use all of VoiceGlo's features to your full advantage. Finally (and perhaps most importantly) a VoiceGlo forum will generally include several comparisons between VoIP providers, so that you can judge which provider best suits your needs. Discussion groups are never scientific, and not all of the information presented will be accurate: a VoiceGlo forum will include posts from many different people, and it is always a good idea to verify the information you find. Still, a VoiceGlo forum can often provide you with user testimonials that you will not find on VoiceGlo's Web site, and will help you to decide whether you want to switch to VoiceGlo or choose another VoIP provider.