Tweak Your Existing VoIP and Google Voice Connection to Talk For Cheap Or Better Still Free

Telephony has become big business. With everyone connected via mobile phones, Skype, VoIP and a host of other alternatives to traditional landline communication systems, suppliers have to fight harder than ever to maintain their share of the market. But now they could have another rival in the marketplace - search engine giant Google.Google acquired a system known as GrandCentral technology in 2007 and, in their own inimitable style, repackaged and relaunched it onto the marketplace in 2009 Read more [...]

Voice T1 Phone Service for Small Businesses

Voice T1 is a form of telephone line service that allows multiple users, phones, and computer modems to have access simultaneously. Up to 24 lines can be accessed at one time.Voice T1 is different than a typical home phone line because it has more than one channel, at a higher speed, and with greater bandwidth. T1 lines, like basic phone lines, can be used to connect both telephone jacks and computer modems.T1 lines increase the amount of multimedia information that can be transmitted over Read more [...]

Choosing a Phone and Voice Mail System

Phone and voice mail systems can be pretty costly, even for companies with a low number of users. Before investing in any type of phone system or voice mail system, you need to estimate how much your company is likely to expand over the next few years. Failure to do this could cost you or your company a lot of money in upgrade and restructuring costs further down the road. It is better and cheaper to plan and allow for expansion at an early stage, than wait until it is too late.If you plan Read more [...]

Voice over Internet Protocal VoIP for Business

VoIP consists of 2 major technologies....Making Calls Over the Internet--ResidentialThis is the most common use of VoIP. It is also called VoIP lines or trunks. If you have a high speed internet connection, like cable modem, DSL, or T1, you can use your high speed connection to make phone calls on the internet. There are many companies like Vonage, Lingo, and VoiceWing (Verizon) that offer VoIP lines. Cable companies also offer VoIP lines, but only if you have their cable modem service. Read more [...]