If you're like I am, and don't have a clue about VoIP, you need to look at this basic reference site on VoIP. VoIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol, is the wave of the future in telephony.
You will learn how VoIP works, how to get free VoIP (the chief limitation here is that it has to be computer-to-computer), and how to choose a VoIP provider.
Once you've learned the basics, you can delve into VoIP security and where to get VoIP training.
One of the reasons to look into VoIP is the great amount of money that can be saved in comparison to using ordinary telephone companies. Most VoIP services cost a flat fee, regardless of the amount of calls. They also tend to offer many services, like call waiting and three-way calling, for much less than the standard phone companies. If you wonder whether VoIP will could save you money on phone bills, too, check out this site on VoIP.
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