VoIP Vs Traditional: Why VoIP is Better Than Traditional Phone Services

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is an alternative to traditional telephone service that uses the internet instead of the public switched telephone network (PSTN). It allows users to connect to other people using computers, smartphones, tablets, and even smart TVs. Here are a few reasons why VoIP is better than traditional phone services.

Why Choose VoIP?

VoIP has been growing in popularity because it offers several advantages over traditional phone services. First, it saves consumers money by allowing them to use less expensive plans than those offered by traditional carriers. Second, it provides better quality calls than traditional phone services. Third, it allows customers to make free international calls. Fourth, it allows customers to access more features than traditional phone services. Finally, it allows customers to use their existing phones with no additional equipment needed.

Benefits of VoIP Over Traditional Phone Services

VoIP is an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol. It’s a technology that uses the internet to transmit voice communications instead of using traditional telephone lines. VoIP works by converting analog signals into digital ones before sending them through the internet. This process makes VoIP much faster than traditional phone services. In addition, it also allows users to send text messages, instant messages, and emails as well. 

Choosing an Internet Service Provider (ISP)

If you’re looking for a new ISP, there are several things to consider when choosing one. First, you need to decide whether you want a business or residential service. Businesses often require more advanced features such as high speed data transfer and multiple connections. You should also check with your current provider to see what kind of deals they might have available. If you currently have a mobile provider, check with them to see if VoIP is a service they offer as you may be able to avail of multi-product discounts.

Choosing a VoIP Plan

VoIP services allow you to make calls using an internet connection instead of traditional phone lines. This means you won’t have to pay for expensive landline phones and other equipment. Instead, you will use your computer, tablet, or smartphone to place calls. There are two main types of VoIP plans: IP PBX (Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange) and SIP trunking. Both options provide similar benefits, but each has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Making the Switch

If you’re looking for a new phone service provider, consider switching to a VoIP plan. You might find that there are some features you didn’t realise were included with your current plan. In addition, you can save money by not having to pay for expensive landlines and other equipment.

What our clients say

“Dealing with the team at Barclay Communications is an enjoyable process. It was refreshing to be able to say ‘here’s my problem’ and have them respond with ‘we’ll fix it for you’.”

– Christopher Milligan, Group Systems and Infrastructure Manager at Tayto

“Since switching to Barclay Communications, we have seen a dramatic reduction in costs with no unexpected charges. I feel much more in control now and always well supported by the in-house support team.”

Bruce McDowall, General Manager at NTS

“After an extensive tender process, Barclay Communications came out well on top. This was mainly due to their exceptional customer service, market knowledge, clear pricing proposals and professionalism throughout the process.”

– Saul Johnstone, Buyer for AG Barr