What is VoIP?
What is VoIP?
VoIP is the technology that converts your voice into a digital signal, allowing you to make a call directly from a computer, a VoIP phone, or other data-driven devices. Simply put, it’s phone service delivered over the internet. You may also hear it referred to as IP telephony, internet telephony, broadband telephony, or broadband phone service.
The way VoiP technology works, it enables the exisiting telephone services to operate over computer networks using packet-switch protocols. Packet switching allows to place voice signals into network packets, quite similar to an electronic envelope (E-Mail). VoIP data packets can be sent over any VoIP-compatible network, such a your local network (LAN).
Also to traditional voice services, VoIP can give you access to advanced apps that can potentially help your staff work remotely, be more agile and productive. VoIP solutions are aimed at small businesses to help evolve into unified communications services. Thus enabling and treating all communications—phone calls, faxes, voice mail, email, web conferences to any handset, including mobile phones.
Switching to VoIP might also help you save money on communications services. Long-distance and international calls are usually more cost effective and cheaper with VoIP service. GeekknowVoIP Plans can help you with it all.
We provide a 3CX Solution that will assist, remote-enable and future proof small businesses with a one low-cost solution, a hosted PBX system to the cloud, with video conferencing, iOS & Android Web apps to work remotely, a Call Centre Solution with a CRM Integration + assist with managing Facebook message & business SMS.