Why should I use a VoIP phone when I have a traditional phone available?

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  1. pankaj3625 profile image75
    pankaj3625posted 9 years ago

    Why should I use a VoIP phone when I have a traditional phone available?

  2. soni2006 profile image79
    soni2006posted 9 years ago
  3. profile image51
    nic_mbaposted 9 years ago

    You can take your VoIP phone with you and use it when you're on the road, say in a hotel. They generally offer better international rates. You can probably check your messages online by voice or email, the emails of your messages can also be sent to a mobile device. You can update your 911 location.

  4. jossecarr profile image60
    jossecarrposted 8 years ago

    Do you have plans of putting up a business? well, traditional phone line may not support all the communication needs in starting up a business. You can have a virtual PBX service, this system is a combination of the telephone and internet technologies. The benefits and features that this system offers is far greater compared to the traditional one. You can enjoy the VoIP service while having total control over your calls using your desktop.

  5. onsip profile image59
    onsipposted 8 years ago

    For one, IP telephony is a great way of saving money.  In most instances, providers will usually offer free IP-to-IP calling.

    Furthermore, many VoIP phone nowadays (even entry level VoIP phones under $100) come with the G.722 codec, which means you have access to wideband audio technology.  This will give you voice quality that is 2x better than what you're currently getting on your traditional phone.  Of course, this does also assume that you're making an IP to IP call and that the person you're calling also has a 'high-def' phone.

  6. harrywellskin profile image60
    harrywellskinposted 8 years ago

    It is because VoIP or IP phones voice transmission uses internet networks and its a lot cheaper than telephone networks. Also you can bring and use it anywhere you go, as long as you are connected to internet.

  7. cheryladdey profile image62
    cheryladdeyposted 8 years ago

    You are going to use a VoIP phone instead of a traditional or land line phones because of the tremendous savings from the cost incurred on long distance and local calls.

  8. bobtylor profile image57
    bobtylorposted 6 years ago

    Do you have plans of placing up a business? well, conventional Phone line may not assistance all the interaction needs in beginning up a company. You can have a exclusive PBX assistance, this program is a variety of the phone and internet systems. The pros and cons that this program provides is far greater as opposed to conventional one. You can enjoy the VoIP assistance while having complete control over your calling using your pc.

    1. garyluther profile image39
      garylutherposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Inventions are more powerful sometimes so rather than using old technology of phone system , you can try a voip phone .

  9. garyluther profile image39
    garylutherposted 5 years ago

    Voip has a great functionality to use and it is differ from the traditional phones..go with ICTnorthwest for a VOIP..

 
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