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How Does VoIP Work?

We access VoIP systems every day. Most of us, however, have no idea how VoIP actually works. Today, we’re going to explain the intricacies of VoIP – including how VoIP works and where VoIP might be going in the future. What is VoIP? Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a set of technologies that allows you to send voice data ...

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What is a VoIP Gateway?

The internet uses “gateways” to relay data over internet protocol. A VoIP gateway is a gateway that is specifically used to transmit and receive voice communications sent through voice over IP (VoIP). VoIP gateway is a general term that covers a broad range of devices. Today, VoIP gateways are becoming increasingly popular around the world for their ability to bridge ...

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What is Internet Protocol?

Internet protocol (IP) is the system computers use to send data – over the internet – from one computer to another. It’s a central part of how we access the internet every day – but most of us don’t know how it works. What is internet protocol and how does it work? Today, I’m going to explain everything you need ...

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What is VOIP?

VOIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol, is a group of technologies that delivers voice data over the internet. Today, we’re explaining everything you need to know about VOIP – including the best ways for your business to utilize VOIP. VOIP providers use the magical powers of the internet to reduce the cost of phone service. Whether you’re calling local or ...

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SIP Trunking Versus PRI

SIP trunking and PRI trunking are two popular ways to connect your business to the public switched telephone network (PSTN). In the business communications world, a “trunk” refers to a dedicated line. Using PRI and SIP trunking, businesses can exchange voice and data communications with the outside world. PRI is an older technology (it has been used since the 1980s) ...

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Ooma vs Vonage

Ooma and Vonage are two of the most popular VoIP services in the world today. They’re a great choice for both residential and business users. But which one is the best choice for you? Today, we’re comparing the two popular providers to help you answer that question. Pricing Ooma and Vonage have different pricing structures. With Ooma, you pay an ...

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Ooma vs MagicJack

Ooma and MagicJack are two popular VoIP service providers catering to residential users. Unlike most VoIP services, Ooma and MagicJack don’t charge a monthly fee. Instead, you pay a flat-rate upfront and receive the VoIP service as an adapter. However, if you dig a little deeper, then you’ll find that you do pay a small fee per month for both ...

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Mobile VOIP

With the popularization of smartphones rose the increased reliance upon Internet technology on these mobile devices. This led to the development of mobile VoIP technology. By creating a system that enables communication through Internet connectivity, technologically advanced areas have been able to reduce their reliance upon telephonic networks and corporations. This has led to greatly reduced communication costs for the ...

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