All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘VoIP’
While doing research on the Internet, I realized that most people are absolutely confused when it comes to selecting a VoIP or broadband phone service provider.
Many of you have probably already heard about VoIP, or voice over IP. This is a technology that allows you to make telephone calls using the internet. From a consumer standpoint VoIP offers significant savings in monthly phone bills and long distance charges.
Telecommunication cost is always an obstacle for small business owners, especially if you need to call domestic or international long distance. The long distance cost factor alone, depending on the type of business you’re in, can make the difference in the success of any small business.
Many of you have probably already read some of the many articles about the latest release of Yahoo messenger which incorporates VoIP..
My online friend Uri Levanon called me today from Israel. He called to my SkypeIn number.
That’s in itself isn’t remarkable. What is, perhaps, is that he called that number – which is a normal landline number in London – from his internet phone service. Not Skype this time. Uri was calling from The VoipBuster. For free.
When it comes to advancements in telecommunications, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) tend to get the short end of the technological stick.
Covad Communications today announced that it is offering business-class Voice over IP (VoIP) services based on Cisco equipment to business customers nationwide.
CommPartners, a Voice over Internet Protocol (“VoIP”) facilitator providing IP telephony services and connectivity to service providers, today announced its selection as WisperTEL’s vendor of turnkey, wholesale VoIP services.
Industry Innovation and Facilities-Based Competition Can Turn the VoIP Revolution into Reality.
A common thinking among “Marketing people ” is that for every product that enters the market there must be a path, a target, a need ( real or created) that decides how the product must enter the consumer’s life, which part of the population is more likely to go for it, which niche it is going to fill and, most important “…certain things being stated, something other than what is stated follows of necessity from their being so.” and that is the final issue: the price.
At the Spring 2003 Voice on the Net (VON) Trade Show & Expo in San Jose Wednesday, a Microsoft executive announced during the keynote address that the company will supply a comprehensive Voice over IP (VoIP) solution in the next version of Windows CE .NET, code-named McKendrick.