VOIP Telephone

VOIP stands for “voice over the internet protocol” which simply means sending voice over the internet as opposed to sending voice over a traditional wired telephone network.  The public switched telephone network “PSTN” that had its origins with Alexander Graham Bell and is an analog system compared to the digital system used for internet communications today.

Why Switch from PSTN to VOIP ? This is a very important question and the answers can be given in two respects, costs and benefits. VOIP telephone service costs can be half that of traditional phone service delivered from companies like AT&T. Perhaps more important are the many features that are just innate to VOIP such as spanning multiple locations and PBX call control as well as a long list of call benefits including caller ID, voice messaging, call forwarding and the like.

What About Call Quality and Risks associated with switching to a VOIP system ? The good news is that VOIP has been around for a long time and its quality has been constantly improving. Unlike traditional land lines VOIP is dependent upon the quality of the internet service it travels upon. High quality reliable phone service requires a broadband internet connection that has been tested to assure it can support voice transmission.

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Why should we partner with D&D Enterprises?
– free evaluation and advise
– standard installation at no cost
– continued local support by someone you know

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FCC Reports

“Because of the bandwidth efficiency and low costs that VoIP technology can provide, businesses are migrating from traditional copper-wire telephone systems to VoIP systems to reduce their monthly phone costs. In 2008, 80% of all new PBX lines installed internationally were VoIP.”