What Is VoIP Termination?

Courtesy of dnetit.com VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol involves the transfer of voice – as in a phone call – over the internet to a specific IP address. This facilitates verbal communication between two or more parties. VoIP termination refers to a service that provides call facilities to a number of global destinations either under a subscription model or on a pay-as-you-go basis. The term VoIP termination refers to the end-point, or destination of the call, usually by a public switched telephone network, or PSTN. This type of service may be provided either as a bundled package or as a standalone service. Who uses VoIP termination? The number of service providers for VoIP termination has already grown a tremendous extent thanks  to the competitive pricing being offered to businesses of virtually any size. Services are also offered to VoIP providers, who then resell the service packaged with their own VoIP interface solution for originating the call. This type of service is typically sold as a turnkey solution for call-centers and other similar support units. From basic features for small and medium businesses to robust packages for larger companies, VoIP termination services are typically flexible within certain parameters. VoIP termination services are also sold at per-minute or wholesale rates to independent software providers who want to integrate voice into mobile applications. Additionally, they are also sold to calling card operators that cater to specific or global destinations required by their users. What does it cost? Depending on the call origination location and the destination country, VoIP termination services may be offered for as little as 0.0029 cents per minute (for VoIP termination in the United States, for example). VoIP providers may be offered [...]

2016-11-03T12:26:26-04:00October 8th, 2012|VoIP|Comments Off on What Is VoIP Termination?

Transitioning To VoIP

Transitioning to VoIP Voice over Internet protocol, generally known as VoIP, is a technology that allows individuals to communicate with one another across an Internet connection. VoIP technology can be used in place of a traditional phone line in order to make and receive calls. For many business leaders, business VoIP services hold significant promise. This cost-effective, highly dependable technology offers a great way for businesses to consolidate their tech needs while staying on the cutting edge. Offices that use VoIP are able to communicate with employees in the field and satellite offices via an Internet connection. There is no need to set-up both a computer and telephone at every workstation to enable employee calls. Employees can simply use a VoIP connection to make any outbound calls necessary. Employees can also receive calls via their VoIP connections. Handle Calls No Matter Where You Are Business professionals who are always on the go appreciate the ease-of-use offered by VoIP services. Instead of being chained to an office-based telephone, you can take your office number with you wherever you travel. So long as you have a computer equipped with VoIP software and an Internet connection; you will be able to make and receive phone calls. VoIP calls are generally less expensive than cell phone calls. Depending on the Internet connection in your area, VoIP calls may also have better sound clarity and may be more reliable. Workers who telecommute can also use VoIP services to stay in touch with their office, clients and other employees. Including such employees in a business VoIP service plan is very easy. Companies don't even need to worry about collecting expense reports for the use of private phones when they provide telecommuters [...]

2016-11-03T12:26:29-04:00August 24th, 2012|VoIP|Comments Off on Transitioning To VoIP
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