Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a type of technology that allows you to make free, or very low cost, calls over the internet. It doesn’t matter what network or equipment the person you’re calling uses; VoIP lets you call any phone in the world, and you can be reached by any phone. VoIP’s digital nature also allows for new features that were either impossible or very expensive with traditional telephone technology, such as voicemail, call diverts, admin portals, call records, and integration with PCs that allows users to call a number directly from a web browser or address book in an email client.
In this section you will find a range of informed articles on VoIP written by our team of in-house experts, click through below to read more. If you are new to the subject, or require a general overview, get started with our Introduction to VoIP.
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