How VoIP Works

VoIP convert the voice signal from your telephone into a digital signal that can travel over the Internet. If you are calling a usual telephone number, the signal is then changed back at the other end. Depending on the type of VoIP service, you can make a VoIP call from a computer, a particular VoIP phone, or a usual phone with or without an adapter.

In addition, new wireless "hot spots" in public location such as airports, parks, and cafes allow you to attach to the Internet, and may enable you to use VoIP service wirelessly. If your VoIP service supplier assigns you a regular telephone number, then you can receive calls from regular telephones that don’t need particular equipment, and most possible you'll be able to dial just as you forever have.


Jansher Khan said...


Jansher Khan said...