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  • VoIP Hosting Advantages

    What are the core advantages or benefits of VoIP Hosting service over the traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN)?

  • #2
    When you use traditional public switched telephone network ie. PSTN, you are charged for the time utilized using the PSTN line, it means the more you stay on the traditional phone the more you are charged. The disadvantage of traditional phones is that you cannot talk with multiple people at the same time using one line.

    Inverse to that VoIP Server Hosting allows you to talk as much as and with multiple people at once absolutely free, on the condition that the other person should also be connected to the Internet. PC to PC or PC to IP-Phone calls are absolutely free to the voip hosting customers.

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    • #3
      The advantages of VoIP Server Hosting services are:
      1. Cheap Call Rates
      2. Reliable and Stable Service
      3. No Call Wait Time

      People can make free calls using IP Phones and more than 24 concurrent calls with the VoIP services. If also offers various advantageous protocols such as H.323, H. 264/264+ and H.263 protocols for video calling.

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      • #4
        Right. Additionally, if you have a business and have offices at different locations, using a PSTN connection for communication between offices can be really costly. Instead, enterprises can opt for VoIP and reduce this expense. With VoIP inter-calling can be free. Also, if you further wish to reduce the cost of commutation wherein you expect people from other branches for meetings, you can use the call conferencing utility available with VoIP.

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        • #5
          Yes, call conferencing can be pretty useful, when require to communicate through audio or video with multiple people in different branches at different locations. But, in order to get good voice and video quality, make sure you have a broadband connection. Even, it can be possible via a dial-up connection, but you won't get the quality as a preferred broadband connection offers.

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          • #6
            Hello there,

            I am using VoIP services and here are some benefits of VoIP that I have experienced in my business.

            Much easier to install & configure than a proprietary phone system
            Easier to manage because of web based configuration interface
            Significant cost reduction by leveraging Internet
            Scalable
            Better overview of system status and calls

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            • #7
              Besides all the cost, flexbility and scalability related advantages, I especially liked the features it enables to the user such as:

              Automated Attendant, Blacklists, Blind Transfer
              Call Detail Records, Call Forward on Busy, Call Forward Variable, Call Monitoring, Call Parking, Call Queuing, Call Recording, Call Routing (DID & ANI), Call Snooping, Call Transfer, Call Waiting
              Caller ID Blocking, Conference Bridging, Do Not Disturb, Overhead Paging
              Remote Call Pickup, Remote Office Support, Roaming Extensions, Supervised Transfer
              Talk Detection, Three-way Calling
              VoIP Gateways, Visual Indicator for Message Waiting, Stutter Dialtone for Message Waiting
              Voicemail, Voicemail to email, Web Voicemail Interface
              Computer-Telephony Integration, AGI (Asterisk Gateway Interface), Graphical Call Manager, Outbound Call Spooling, TDMoE (Time Division Multiplex over Ethernet), Zero latency

              With these excellent features an organization can efficiently minimize the cost and increase their productivity.

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              • #8
                Voice over IP (VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol) commonly refers to the communication protocols, technologies, methodologies, and transmission techniques involved in the delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol (IP) networks, such as the Internet. Other terms commonly associated with VoIP are IP telephony, Internet telephony, voice over broadband (VoBB), broadband telephony, and broadband phone.
                Last edited by Rossi; 22-06-2012, 18:11. Reason: Self Promotion

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