About VoIP

VoIP is an acronym for "Voice Over Internet Protocol", a technology for communicating using "internet protocol" instead of traditional analog systems. VoIP converts analog signals into digital signals that can be sent over the Internet.


  • VoIP can be cheaper to use than standard phone services, or even free! This results in an obvious cost-savings for long-distance calls especially.
  • VoIP services can be taken with you as long as you have an internet connection, which is a great benefit for travelers.
  • VoIP is robust with features including selective call forwarding, find me/follow me call routing, call screening, voicemail to email transcription, and more.