VoIP Providers - Small Players Delivering Big Solutions

By: Kristen

Some distinct trends are emerging in the VoIP telephony domain. For one, the popularity of VoIP services is growing incessantly in different parts of the globe. Secondly, regional VoIP providers with their cost effective telephony services are emerging as a distinct force. Many of the VoIP providers are "small" and are catering to the demands in regional markets. In addition, all the newly emerging VoIP providers are harnessing innovative technology to deliver cheaper voice and broadband services to their customers.

More often than not, the VoIP service providers are 'small' companies catering to both corporate as well as individual users. Backstage communication network support is delivered by large telecom operators. In some parts of the world, VoIP services are more popular than in other parts. For instance, in regions of Europe and America, long distance voice services are more often than not delivered as VoIP services.

This supply end activity is obviously backed by a strong demand. For one, the base of VoIP subscribers is growing day the day. According to the results of a market research, global VoIP subscribers have increased by 34 million in 2006.

And one does not have to go far to identify the reasons for this trend. Many of the service providers of VoIP are using the competitive advantage in their respective geographical markets to deliver great value to the end customers. Consequently, the traditional telephone services are gradually giving way to innovative VoIP solutions and services. High long distance calling rates are a thing of the past. So, whether it is broadband VoIP or PC to voice service delivered through soft switching systems on the Internet - the VoIP service providers are doing all that it takes to satiate varied customer needs.

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