Whether you are already using VoIP or are contemplating switching to a new VoIP provider, it is important to acknowledge that whilst there are numerous benefits of adopting this technology, there are some issues/disadvantages that you may not be aware of. VoIP providers will rarely mention these – understandably focusing
How many VoIP providers are you working with? Just the one? Are they delivering great value and quality on both incoming and outgoing calls? In selecting and assessing a VoIP provider, it’s worth remembering that incoming and outgoing calls are handled separately. You really can have separate providers for both.
In getting to grips with the various types of VoIP providers and networks, it is important to know and understand what underpins each network in terms of infrastructure. The Carrier Services Infrastructure (CSI) is essentially a highway system through which all communications (both public and private) travel. Whichever network type
For many consumers, Skype was their introduction to VoIP and its advent had a signification impact on the communications industry. Skype and other VoIP market providers also had the effect of driving down the price of telecommunications, as these VoIP services forced providers to offer more competitive rates. Evolution of
VoIP is rapidly becoming the gold standard for voice termination and telephony, both for businesses and individuals, but there are a lot of terms relating to it that few people outside of the sector understand. For example, when we talk about VoIP providers, there are multiple distinct groups: Tier 1