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					Voice over IP (VoIP) provides better service because it has greater bandwidth
efficiency that allows for a higher quality of voice and data transmission. Rather than
the traditional public switched telephone network used with land line phones, VoIP
transmits voice, voice messaging, facsimile and other communication services via the
Internet.

Getting Better Cell Phone Services with Enhanced VOIP Technology - Unlike
traditional copper wire phone systems that use an analog voice signal, Internet
Protocol (IP) converts analog to a clearer, faster, digital format. Digital provides better
quality and service and, because its signal can be compressed, it can perform a great
many more communication functions.

Because voice over IP uses one infrastructure for both voice and data, it can provide
better and more enhanced service at a lower cost. A main reason why costs are
cheaper is because Internet access is billed per megabyte rather than per minute or per
second like regular phone calls. As such, the cost for data transfer is much less than
that of time connected.

Telephones that use IP technology are much more economical, with the best deals
providing unlimited inbound and outbound telephone calls to anywhere in the world
for one low, monthly price that is all inclusive.

This technology also offers many more capabilities than phones using a public
switched telephone network. Among them are broadband Internet access, email,
texting, video conferencing and faxing. You can even watch TV on your phone.

All the benefits of traditional phone service is available with voice over IP, including
call forwarding, call waiting, caller ID, automatic redial, IVR, call blocking, speed
dialing and conference calling. However, these services are enhanced with additional
convenient features.

For example, voicemail is improved because it can be accessed from your phone,
email, or Web browser; incoming calls can be forwarded to as many as five different
numbers; telephone conversations can be recorded so you can save important
information; and call broadcasting can send information to 30 people at one time.

Voice over IP is available on landline and mobile phones. Any type of calling can be
done, including local, long distance, roaming, international and mobile. VoIP
continues to grow in popularity because of the wide range of services it can provide.
It's fast, efficient and reliable. VoIP also taps into wireless technology to provide even
greater mobility.

With voice over IP, better capabilities are realized. For instance, the technology can
transmit numerous telephone calls over the same broadband connection, so it's less
costly to add additional phone lines to a home or business. In addition, obtaining a
secure telephone connection is part of VoIP standard protocols. Another benefit is that
local phone number and mobile phone number portability when changing carries is
also possible with VoIP.

Since IP protocol services both a standard telephone line and a broadband connection,
savings can be realized because you are receiving both capabilities in one price, rather
than paying separately for them.

Using this enhanced VOIP cell phone technology, there's no longer any need to pay
separately for phone service and Web access no to pay for roaming charges or long
term contracts that charge you an arm and a leg to make international mobile phone
calls.

				
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