The Users of Phone Service VOIP

By: MIKE SELVON

Internet, phone service VOIP, cell phones and two-way talking televisions are fast taking over our culture. It is for this reason that we need to become educated about these aspects so that we can properly combat the aspects of these issues that are to come.

We must warn others, too, so that they will be ready when the time comes to actually learn how to use some of this great stuff. Take the VOIP services, for example. Who wouldn't want to make a phone call over the internet?

So what is influencing this grand influx in communications? Is it just the way people have always been or is the exciting medium of phone service VOIP entertaining the notion of people stepping outside of their comfort zones for a look at how the other half lives?

A quick gander around at some of the usual suspects of cell phone and VOIP phone services use will tell us that some answers are more confusing, in fact, than the questions.

Take the teenage girl demographic, for example. Without getting too stereotypical, many teenage girls spend upwards of thirteen hours a day on the telephone talking to their girl friends about boy friends and how those boy friends look in designer blue jeans or the latest hoodies from Hot Topic.

This demographic, according to VOIP vendor providers like Skype, are most likely to utilize VOIP services and are most likely to help put VOIP vendors and their families into much larger homes with much larger swimming pools. The cash flow in terms of the teen girl demographic is so huge in terms of Voice over Internet Protocol calls, in fact, that many people can retire after just one afternoon of calls taken from the Eastern seaboard.

Another demographic that is popular is the office worker. This asexual workaholic demographic often spends hours on the telephone as well, brokering some sort of deal from Botswana for hours with people that do not speak the same language. This miscommunication enables workers at VOIP providers to make a lot of money from the phone calls.

The customer, however, still saves a considerable amount of cash on the long distance because most VOIP vendor packages charge little to nothing in terms of long distance. So whether the deal crashes in Botswana or not, everybody wins.

A huge demographic that uses VOIP on a regular basis would be the chatroom types. These people, both male and female, tend to use VOIP services to create a bigger connection to their chatroom friends and create more realism to their experience.

Using phone service VOIP to converse adds an element of vocalized realism to the conversation that you just can't get from typing in what you're doing.

VOIP companies have a lot to gain from the variety of possibilities they can get in terms of customers from all over the world. The change in social climate, call it a "social warming", is bringing people closer together and creating such an influx in social necessity that people all over the world are turning to VOIP services.

The reality behind this is that companies such as Skype or Yahoo have a lot to gain from offering phone service VOIP packages on their websites. Without these phone service VOIP packages, we might all be up a creek without a prayer.

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