T1, VoIP, Data Solutions for Businesses and Consumers.
About Us  |  Terms  |  Privacy
HELP  |  Site Map
Long Distance Local & Long Distance Voice T1 & T1 Internet Conference Calling VoIP - Voice over Internet
T1 Carriers Compete: Fractional T1, Multiple T1, T3 and DS3
  • VoIP (Voice-over Internet Protocol) utilizes the Internet to transmit voice
  • VoIP can now be achieved at carrier-grade sound quality
  • VoIP Solutions Provide Enterprise-Class Service Levels
  • VoIP currently has no FCC tax regulation
  • VoIP is easier than you think!

What is VoIP?

Voice-over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is a technology that allows telephone calls to be transmitted via the Internet using a broadband connection. Broadband is the common term for a high bandwidth Internet connection – one that can transmit or download information up to 40 times faster than a traditional telephone and modem. VoIP sound quality has also developed with higher bandwidth, equaling a carrier-grade connection. VoIP will provide you with all the standard amenities of a traditional phone line, but also features additional functions rare to analog lines, depending on your chosen service provider.

VoIP - A more technical definition:

VoIP (voice over IP - that is, voice delivered using the Internet Protocol) is a term used in IP telephony for a set of facilities for managing the delivery of voice information using the Internet Protocol (IP). In general, this means sending voice information in digital form in discrete packets rather than in the traditional circuit-committed protocols of the public switched telephone network (PSTN). A major advantage of VoIP and Internet telephony is that it avoids the tolls charged by ordinary telephone service.

VoIP, now used somewhat generally, derives from the VoIP Forum, an effort by major equipment providers, including Cisco, VocalTec, 3Com, and Netspeak to promote the use of ITU-T H.323, the standard for sending voice (audio) and video using IP on the public Internet and within an intranet. The Forum also promotes the user of directory service standards so that users can locate other users and the use of touch-tone signals for automatic call distribution and voice mail.

In addition to IP, VoIP uses the real-time protocol (RTP) to help ensure that packets get delivered in a timely way. Using public networks, it is currently difficult to guarantee Quality of Service (QoS). Better service is possible with private networks managed by an enterprise or by an Internet telephony service provider (ITSP).


Four million people have thought about going to VoIP solutions

One Quarter of Online Americans Have Heard of VOIP Solutions and Telephone Service; About One in Eight are Considering Getting it at Home

This according to a survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project and the New Millennium Research Project has found that nearly 14 million Americans (11% of Internet users), have made some form of phone call over the Internet. The survey also found that some 4 million people have considered getting the service at home.The results in the report are based on telephone interviews conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates between February 3 to March 1, 2004, among a sample of 2,204 adults, 18 and older.

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a technology that utilizes the Internet to transmit voice traffic.

- Voice & Internet T1 Area
- VoIP Solutions
     - What is VoIP?
     - Will VoIP work for me?
     - VoIP Success Story
     - Get a VoIP Quote Now

- Long Distance
- Local & Long Distance
- Phone Conferencing
- About Us


Free Quotes on Voice T1 and Voice DS3 Call Now
1-888-865-6760








VoIP Solutions | Voice & Internet T1 Services | Business Local & Long Distance | Long Distance | Phone Conferencing
Cellular and Wirelesss | Consumer Local & Long Distance | Consumer Long Distance | Calling Cards
Site Map   |   Terms and Conditions   |   Privacy Policy   |   About SmartPrice.com
© Copyright 2005 SmartPrice.com. All Rights Reserved.
All trademarks, service marks, and trade names featured are the property
of their owners and are protected under state, federal, and international laws.