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Internet phone service using VoIP is a
new way make phone calls. VoIP stands for Voice over Internet
Protocol and is the technical term for “Internet phone
takes regular phone calls and feeds them through your high-speed
Internet connection. VoIP uses standard phones, even cordless
phones. Simply plug a Internet Phnone Service adapter into
your cable/DSL modem line and then plug your phone into the
Internet Phone Service is a more generic term for using the
Internet to make calls. Internet Phone calls include VoIP but
also includes PC based calls. PC based calls use software and
PC headsets (or speaker and mic) to initiate the call.
VoIP phone service providers combine domestic
US local and long distance calls for one low monthly rate with
unlimited local and long distance, plus features like Caller
ID, Call Waiting, Voicemail, Call Forwarding, Call Conferencing,
and many more - free of charge. Free calls between users on the
same service is also normally included. For an overview see our
VoIP comparison table.
Service - PC Based
Software based running on a PC. Supports PC to PC calls
and PC to land line phone. Plug your headset into your
PC to talk.
Internet Phone -
Skype is a little piece of software that lets you make free calls over
the Internet. We are revolutionizing the telecom's world by allowing our
users to make superior quality voice calls to other Skype users for
free and to land lines and mobiles worldwide for the price of a local
call. See Skype
Phones that connect to your PC
- Download Skype for free.
- PC to PC calls are free.
- SkypeOut and SkypeIn permits calls to and from traditional
phones (fees may apply)
MagicJack - MagicJack changes the game with a flat-rate price so low it looks like a misprint: $20 per year -- not per month, per year -- for unlimited calls to the United States and Canada from anywhere in the world. Getting started costs $40, which includes the first year of service and a small device that plugs into a USB port. The device has a telephone jack that lets you use a standard phone, including cordless ones (you also can opt to use a headphone).
Setup is simple. You don't need to insert a CD; just plug the small device into the USB port and the software loads automatically. We were making calls less than five minutes after plugging in the device. Voice quality was indistinguishable from a wired phone line.
Phone Service - Adapter Based
PC not used to make calls. Plug VoIP adapter into your internet connection and
plug a ordinary phone into the adapter. Supports
phone to phone calls (the Internet is just the "pipe").
ViaTalk VoIP provides the most cost effective, complete internet
phone service package available to United States residential
and business customers. Rates start at $9.95
- Enhanced 911 Service
- Traveling? Bring your adapter, anywhere you
can get high speed internet you can use your home phone
free of charge.
- Satisfaction Guarantee, 14 day return for a full refund
with no questions asked
8x8 Internet Phone -
Get unlimited local and long distance internet phone service with
residential plans as low as $19.95/month and business VoIP plans starting
from $34.95. Signup now and get $14.95 off the activation fee!
- Accepts a FAX machine
- Includes the broadband phone service adapter at no-charge
Internet Phone VoIP -
Local, long distance, international, and unlimited calling bundles
starting at $15.99 per month. Free unlimited in-network calling and
features included with every purchase! International phone numbers and
- Save friends and family money! If your family is in Seattle
and you live in Bombay, choose a Seattle area code so they
can call you as a local call.
- Get this service anywhere in the world.
- Use your own phone… even a cordless phone!
- No contracts - cancel at any time
- Take your Broadband Phone wherever you have an Internet
connection and connect instantly.
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