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Posted Dec 09, 2009


We've Added VoIP

Posted by John Tyra - Dec 09, 2009

We've Added VoIP

We have introduced our customers to VoIP (voice over internet protocol).

We use Skype in the office and at home to make long distance and local calls. It's affordable and easy to set up; it requires only a desktop microphone for audio input and either earphones, headphones or your PC speakers for audio output.  Many headsets are also available that are fully compatible with Skype. You can be up and running in a matter of minutes.

Best of all, Skype also supports video. Staying in touch couldn't get any better. If you can't be there in person, be there in video (requires a webcam).

Dash Wireless can show you how. For $3.95 a month, you can get away from your long distance phone bill permanently.

*Does not incorporate 911 emergency service.


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Apr 22, 2018
Comment by: Sip Systems

Today Everyone has access to the global network, which makes it possible to cut connection costs or completely exclude them. VoIP Telephone servers are constantly being improved and their work algorithms become more resistant to delays or other problems of IP networks. New protocols and technologies are introduced every year to improve the quality of communication. For example, the problem of a busy line is very elegantly solved: redirection incoming calls to alternative destinations (including mobile phones, Skype and other software) or IVR (Interactive voice response) or standby mode. Sip Systems is sip provider (using SIP and other related protocols) for VoIP communication. Clik for more: https://sip-systems.com/ip-telephony


Aug 26, 2018
Comment by: Lisa Smith

Reduced cost-per-call is a major consideration when choosing VOIP technology for any business. This technology is usually not under the same tariff regulation as other systems like landlines and GSM.
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