Top 5 Differences between VoIP and Regular Telephone Serviceby Net Activity IT managed Services Cleveland
Voice communication has undergone a huge revolution in the past few years and VoIP is a common term now. In fact, VoIP represents all the voice communication nowadays as the traditional telephone service has become an extinct species. VoIP has set high standards in the telecommunication industry as they are reliable, convenient, cost-efficient, easily scalable and offer utmost flexibility. Let’s understand why VoIP crept in and acquired the already established monopoly of the traditional phone services.
VoIP and Regular Telephone Service – Top 5 Differences
VoIP is in tune with the latest technology
VoIP emerged as a completely unique technology rather than just bringing in an update from regular voice calls. It utilizes internet connection and packet switching technology to set up a voice call in contrast to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and is more freely available to users across the world.
VoIP is economically priced
When a call is placed using the traditional telephones, the entire circuit from one end to the other is utilized and needs to be kept open which is why long distance calls cost high. On the contrary, VoIP converts the human voice into packets that travel using different routes and are assembled together at the other end. This packet switching technology reduces the overall cost of the calls placed as voice communications use the internet connection that already exists.
VoIP is a complete package & doesn’t serve a single purpose
For multi-tasking persons of the 21st century, communications are not just limited to voice messages. VoIP offers several additional features such as a customizable virtual attendant, call forwarding, voicemail to email, three digit dialing, and many more. This whole set of convenient options for users tend to attract them towards the Voice over Internet Protocol service.
VoIP is more convenient and reliable
The concept was introduced to make communication easier, convenient and effective. VoIP allows maximum flexibility to users such as attending calls from anywhere, placing conference calls, computer to computer calling, etc. Also, it is very convenient to record calls and keep a record of the conversations (especially for businesses) on the internet.
VoIP is scalable at the least cost
Despite the estimations, one may require to expand or collapse their telephone services at any time. VoIP allows maximum flexibility and there is not much cost included. If the same has to be done with the traditional phone services, it would invite unnecessary cost escalations.
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