IP Call * The VoIP Wholesale Company

By: Ipcall  11-11-2011
Keywords: VoIP

With a phone-based service, you use VoIP the same way you use a regular landline: by picking up the phone to answer it or dialing a number to place a call. With a computer-based service, you can make or answer the call by using a headset with a microphone plugged into your computer.

Most providers allow you to call any phone number in the world, whether that number be a local, long-distance, mobile phone, or international number. However, some computer-based providers may limit you to other subscribers to that service (Commonly known as “User to User”). For your convenience, we list only those providers who allow their customers to call the regular phone network. A cool feature that most VoIP providers offer is “Conference Calling” or “Three-way Calling.” You can call multiple numbers at once!

The quality of VoIP voice has dramatically improved over the past few years; it is now at or above the quality of a landline phone. However, voice clarity can differ from provider to provider and usually depends on the speed and quality of your broadband connection. Before signing up, you may wish to consult other VoIP users by visiting our forums or checking user reviews for specific providers to see how they match up.

Keywords: VoIP