Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Fri, 05/24/2013 - 09:15
The good old business trip with its one-serving toothpaste and fold-out ironing board becomes a lot more interesting and high-tech when companies start using VoIP technology.
Businesses that use VoIP phone service for traveling employees are using the most modern, cheapest method of staying in contact with their remote workforce. A VoIP business system uses the Internet to connect phone calls. VoIP is much cheaper than traditional phone service and offers more flexibility for businesses with traveling employees.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Fri, 05/10/2013 - 15:05
When people think of the human connection they don’t often consider the business-customer relationship. However, businesses can move away from their cold reputation by becoming more accessible to their customers.
One of the easiest ways for a business to stay better connected with its customers is by investing in a better phone service that will make it easy for customers to call the company, and easier for the company to make thorough phone calls without the stress of phone minutes. The best business phone service out there is VoIP technology.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Wed, 05/01/2013 - 13:05
One of the most thoughtful Mother’s Day gifts doesn’t fit into a shopping cart. A phone call to Mom on her special day is not only a great gift, but a cheap one too.
Phone calls to Mom don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. VoIP, also called Internet calling, is the cheapest residential phone service on the market. Traditional phone calling uses copper landlines to make phone calls. Unfortunately for traditional users, copper landlines require continual upkeep, which result in upkeep fees on their monthly bill. Internet calling doesn't use landlines, which makes it cheaper.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Wed, 04/24/2013 - 13:04
Lots of people know that VoIP is a great option for low cost international calls. Because VoIP providers use the Internet instead of copper landlines to send calls, it is easy for them to send calls anywhere in the world for a very low cost.
However, not all customers know how to go about getting low cost or free international calls with VoIP, so The Digest has decided to release a list of the most important steps to follow when looking for low cost international calls with VoIP.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Fri, 04/19/2013 - 13:03
As of last year, about 34% of the world has access to the Internet. While this may not seem like a lot, consider that that number represents over 500% growth over the course of the last twelve years.
As more people get access to the Internet, more people will become eligible to use VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephone service. VoIP is a great alternative to traditional landline phone service because it is cheap, easy to set up, and once you have high speed Internet, you have everything you need for VoIP.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Sat, 04/13/2013 - 13:02
It’s nearly Earth Day! And what better way to celebrate than with some global calling? International calling isn’t cheap with traditional phone providers, which is why VoIP phone service makes all the difference in the world for anyone who needs to make any international calls.
VoIP, or “Voice over Internet Protocol”, is the technology behind cheap Internet telephony service. According to VoIp expert Rachel Greenberg, VoIP calls are much easier to send than traditional analog calls, which is why VoIP providers can offer dirt cheap global prices. Most VoIP providers offer rates at pennies a minute, and many of them offer special unlimited international calling plans.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Wed, 04/03/2013 - 14:22
Customers looking for a cheap alternative to traditional phone service should look no further than Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Rather than using outdated copper phone lines for calls, VoIP uses the Internet. Customers that switch to VoIP for phone service save up to 80% on their monthly phone bills.
While there are many considerations to make when choosing a VoIP provider, there are a few things in particular that new customers should look into. The Digest has put together a list of the four key components to finding the right residential VoIP provider to help customers get started.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Wed, 03/20/2013 - 14:18
The good news: according to Business Insider, the job market should be on the rise in 2013. The bad news: some businesses are still struggling to stay afloat. How can a struggling business rise again in the competitive market? By using an updated business plan designed to create better customer communication and cut company expenses.
A struggling business in 2013 should look no further than VoIP phone service to get a jump start on office finance renovations. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is the technology that transports phone calls over the Internet instead of through landlines. Internet calling gives businesses more business calling features with cheaper monthly phone bills.
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Thu, 03/14/2013 - 14:15
Recently, Telappliant News posted an article in which they claimed that VoIP is well on its way to becoming a mainstream service, a common household name. While they are correct, VoIP technologies are now more omnipresent than ever, it is still interesting how few people actually recognize the term “VoIP.”
VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a general name for the technology behind Internet video and voice calling. According to VoIP expert Rachel Greenberg, there are lots of famous applications of VoIP technology on the market, though they are rarely marketed in so many words as “VoIP.”
Submitted by Rachel Greenberg on Fri, 03/08/2013 - 18:12
In a study done by Arbitron Inc., Japan is home to the most VoIP users in the world. Japan’s VoIP users logged into their VoIP accounts an average of 222 times a month, spending an average of six hours and 25 minutes on voice and messaging apps in the month of January.
VoIP is the cheapest phone service out there, with prices nearly half that of traditional phone service. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is the technology that uses the Internet to transmit phone calls, instead of using expensive telephone wires to transmit calls.