What Is VoIP? Introducing Our VoIP FAQ

Does VoIP still have you baffled? Then allow Tom’s VoIP FAQ to come to your rescue! It may not be as fun as a trip to the park, but it does make understanding VoIP a whole lot easier!

Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is an attractive prospect to many. Who wouldn’t want low-cost or even free telephone calls around the world? As with all exploding technologies, however, VoIP’s biggest barrier to entry for most people is a simple lack of knowledge about how it works. So, this month, we’re going to be doing a round of VoIP coverage. To kick it all off, we’re going to answer many of your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

What Is VoIP?

Very simply put, VoIP is a technology that allows telephone calls to be made over the Internet. These are far cheaper than normal telephone calls, though prices and services vary from company to company. Skype, for example, offers international phone calls from anywhere to anywhere for an average cots of just 2.1 cents per minute… Source: Tom’s Networking

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