Ditch My Landline? I think not! Combine Mobile VoIP
But things are getting interesting telecommunications markets. VoIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol is becoming increasingly popular. Why? Well, for starters, it's usually a lot cheaper than analog POTS (plain old telephone service) plans offered by major telcos. With a decent broadband connection, VoIP calls are of equal quality to that of analog service, we have used for years, and high-definition codecs, coming to the emergence of VoIP education, sound quality can be absolutely amazing.
Now, VoIP, the mobile industry as well as more progress. As wireless companies are starting to soften its position allows VoIP over 3G and other networks using VoIP instead of wireless minutes, utility starts to become much more attractive. If you were once only using a VoIP call, but the Wi-Fi, now you can make those calls anywhere there is 3G coverage. It calls out a 3G data network, and do not count on your cell minutes. So what does this have to not the case with a good ditching the landline? He has a lot to do with the fact that it is now possible to bring your home landline service to your mobile service among other things.
It is now possible to have VoIP phone service in your home, and use the same service to VoIP calls using your mobile smartphone. If you have an iPhone, you have many programs available that will allow you to do so. Our favorite is Acrobits softphone, because it is a very nice user interface, easy to set up and use the "push" technology, allows you to receive calls without running the app. It also allows you to use a VoIP service provider of your choice, and do not limit you to a software developer services, as many others. So why keep a landline service and combine it with your mobile service? Here are just a few of our key arguments:
Personally, I hate using the phone when calling from my home office. It heats up after a few minutes, I can not lay down on my shoulder while talking and using the computer, and the speaker is less than adequate for many purposes. There is just something nice about a decent desk phone while working at a computer, whether it be a fancy home office or small niche corner.
Even if you've ditched your landline, it may be time to start thinking about adding one back. Since you now have a VoIP plan for use with your mobile service, all you need to do is to get an analog telephone adapter or an IP phone, use the same service at home. Also, what's going to be able to resist the really cool stuff around the house to work with VoIP. While still in the market, we will personally be first in line to get their hands on the OpenPeak OpenTablet 7 and a pair of phones.
If nothing else, using VoIP for your phone is worth a try. The future of VoIP. With the opening of VoIP over wireless data networks, it is now much easier to use. VoIP over data networks is only going to get better and more widespread, WiMAX and LTE 4G networks become more prevalent, and producers willing to switch to 4G phones in the smartphone market. So what are you waiting for? Try VoIP for your phone, and then add the landline back into the mix.
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