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Voip is also highly functional and can be used anywhere in the world, as it allows calls to be transferred to a user, regardless of where they have connected to the internet.
VoIP offers all of the existing features of a standard phone service, such as call waiting, call transfer and conference calls and also provide the user with a range of advanced call filtering options. VoIP messages are also capable of being attached to e-mails.
There are three different methods for utilizing VoIP. The most common method is analogue telephone adaptor (ATA); this enables the user to connect a standard phone to a computer or internet provider by altering the analogue signal of the phone and transforming it into a digital signal capable of being transferred over the internet.
IP phones are another means of accessing VoIP. These phones look like any other existing phone, however rather than having a standard phone connecter, the IP phones have an Ethernet connector, allowing the phone to be connected directly to a computer or internet provider.
The final and easiest method for utilizing VoIP is computer to computer. Computer to computer VoIP requires a microphone, speakers and a sound card. This method of utilizing VoIP generally does not incur ay extra costs for phone calls.
Access to VoIP plans is available through VoIP providers. Some providers will offer free phone calls, whilst others will provide you with payment plans. Existing plans include minute rate phone bills (similar to that of a mobile phone plan) and plans offering unlimited phone calls for a set amount each month.