VoIP Providers â Choosing Voice Over IP Provider

By: Michael Williams

Are you new to the Internet phone industry, otherwise called Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), if you are this article is for you? Many people are familiar with the ability to conduct meeting over the Internet. VoIP is similar to this process although it also uses your telephone. The difference is that you connect your telephone to a modem as opposed to the traditional wall mounted jack. If you do not have a modem, you can either purchase one or request one from your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Set up is relatively simple: you plug the VoIP modem into your current modem and computer and the phone into the VoIP modem.

The features that are available with most VoIP packages include call waiting, caller ID, call forwarding, voicemail, and more. You will receive email alerts for voicemail and enjoy web access to your voicemail. Along with web access, you have online management features of your account, best of all, you do not have to purchase a new phone or new number. Here are a few providers of VoIP services:

* VoIP Your Life is a committed to providing its customers the best features and services. They have several packages to choose from including, Premier Global Unlimited, Premier Unlimited, and Premier Basic. They range in price from $14.97 per month to $29.97. Regardless of the plan you choose you will have access to the following features: call forwarding, waiting, and return, caller ID, call blocking and do not disturb, music on hold, repeat dial, and more.

* ECR Voice is available nationwide and provides three plans to choose from, Basic, Unlimited, and Business. The monthly rates vary from $14.95 to $49.95. Basic features available with each plan include: voicemail, caller ID and blocking, call waiting, forwarding, and return, speed dial, and more. They offer low rates for International calling as well.

* ITP offers a VoIP plan to meet your needs. When you choose one of their plans, you will receive a free adaptor, first month free, along with a calling card and a free 800 number. You receive all of this for a low $19.99 per month. Of course you also have unlimited calling to the United States and Canada. They include basic calling features such as caller ID and waiting, voicemail that you can check from your computer, and much more.

Be bold and consider stepping into the new world of VoIP. When you do you will experience excellent quality with every call you make and save money.

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