Since your Internet Modem or Router Requires Power to Work
When you switch to Internet phone service, not only will you save a lot of money, but you also tend to spend more time talking to long distance friends and family as unlimited long distance - it's free!
Anyone with broadband (high speed) Internet connection can be used as your main primary home phone, Internet phone service. Since the call over the Internet does not use any local telephone wires are a couple of drawbacks to this service, you need to know.
Because the Internet phone (also known as VoIP, Voice over Internet Protocol) must be "live" Internet connection, it is important to note that if your Internet is down Internet phone service does not work. Since your internet modem or router requires power to work if power is your Internet phone to be fixed as well. For this reason, it is not advisable to use Internet phone service as your one and only telephone if you live in an area that is prone to frequent power outages or Internet service reliability issues.
Most people who switch from traditional "land line" phone service, internet phone service because of huge savings associated with VoIP far outweigh some power or Internet failure, which causes discomfort. Unlimited local and long distance plans from the $ 199 (SunRocket and Packet8 unlimited annual plan), $ 24.99 per month (Vonage and AT & T, CallVantage). This can pose a savings of $ 500 per year or more, compared to traditional phone service, depending on your long distance calling habits.
To solve the VoIP service is a temporary loss of respect for the power or Internet failure, Internet phone service plans come with some free calling features that are useful in such situations. All of the best VoIP providers free call forwarding "hunting" feature, which allows you to have your calls routed to different numbers if there is no answer to your primary VoIP phone. If you call in advance for your cell phone for example, you will not miss any calls if your Internet phone service is down. Packet8 and AT & T CallVantage offers a free feature that is specifically designed to address the power / Internet outages, issue. This feature allows you to automatically redirect calls to another number of your choice (eg, cell phone close to your home or office phone) in case , there is no internet connection. Packet8 calls this feature "network unavailable forwarding, and AT & T CallVantage calls" safe forward number '.
To save more money on phone service, most people have their land line phone service disconnected after installing the VoIP service. To do this, though, your broadband Internet provider usually has to be someone other than the local phone company. Most phone companies allow you to DSL internet as well as subscribe to their local phone service. Cable Internet service is a good choice if you want to use Internet phone service, and to get rid of your monthly phone company bill. Cable internet usually cost a bit more than DSL service, but you will realize savings of VoIP Internet phone service will be higher than the price difference, after disconnecting your land line phone service.
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