Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the latest phone system technology. VoIP phone systems convert regular telephone calls into digital data, delivering the voice communications over the Internet, or a packet-switched network. Essentially, when using a VoIP system, you are using the data network to make telephone calls as opposed to a traditional phone line.
Every VoIP model phone has CALLER ID and a message waiting indicator light.
Free domestic long-distance calling, including Alaska and Hawaii.
Improved sound quality.
Cost of the VoIP phone service remains the same.
UD phone numbers remain the same as the old Centrex phone system.
Conferencing for up to six total participants (internal or external).
Call forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, caller ID, and three-way calling are some of the many services included at no extra charge.
Voice mail will have enhanced features.
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