If you have or are idea of subscribing to an interconnected VoIP service, you should:
- Provide your correct physical address to your consistent VoIP service providers to ensure that emergency services can fast be dispatched to your location.
- Be familiar with your VoIP service provider’s events for updating your address, and promptly update address in order in the event of a change.
- Have a clear kind of any limits of your 911 service.
- Inform children, babysitters, and visitors about your VoIP service and its 911 limits, if any.
- If your power is out or your Internet link is down, be aware that your VoIP service may not work. Consider installing a backup power supply, maintaining a traditional phone line, or having a wireless phone as a backup.
- If you have questions about whether the phone service you are receiving is an consistent VoIP service, contact your service provider for further information.