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VoIP phones are connected to an IP phone system using LAN (Local Area Network) or the Internet. Most IP phones are using the SIP protocol (Session Initiation Protocol), no matter if those are hardware or software IP telephones. Well known manufacturers of IP phones are Polycom, Snom, Gigaset, Tiptel, Yealink and Arntel. Widely used examples for softphones are Blink and Bria.

 

Using an IP PBX phone system usually requires you to use VoIP telephones. Hardware SIP phones look nearly like traditional analog or ISDN phones. IP phones are developed to be used in IP networks. This is also called Voice over IP. Another type of IP phones are so called softphones. A soft phone is piece of software that behaves exactly like a normal IP telephone. You can run a soft phone on a PC, mac, tablet or smartphone.

The AskoziaPBX IP phone system supports the majority of all IP phone handsets sold world-wide. Furthermore, AskoziaPBX supports auto-detection and auto-configuration for the most popular IP phones.

VoIP termination call go through telecom service provider to another provider also when telephone calls reroute from one service provider to another. Instead of using a PSTN, voip termination uses the IP network to transfer and terminate calls from anywhere to service provider. VoIP call termination occurs when a call initiated using VoIP is terminated using a PSTN.

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Pick up the phone and answer the call. A greeting is usually appreciated. Kidding aside, VoIP should seamlessly replace your current phone service. If you are using a softphone, you will need to have your computer on and the softphone program open in order to receive the call. Then you should just have to click to answer.

We have, too. We're happy to say that call quality, overall, has improved with VoIP and is now as good as or better than call quality on a land line. Most call quality issues are caused by network connectivity issues which have been solved by improved technology. Didn't understand that? Neither did I. Basically, both VoIP companies and consumers have access to better, faster Internet networks. This means that calls sound better. Did the call quality on your latest VoIP call stink? Look for your VoIP provider and write a review.

Pick up the phone and dial the number you'd like to call. You do have to sign up with a VoIP provider first in order to get service. If you're using a softphone, you will have to have the program open on your computer. Then you can dial the number you want to call. It's pretty easy, we think.

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