VoIP has become commonplace in the commercial and personal world in recent times. Businesses, large and small, have taken to VoIP because of the cost and business benefits it brings. Simply put, it avoids the costs associated with PSTN connections by routing communications over the Internet. This allows VoIP service providers to bundle in other features such as free or low-cost long-distance and international calls.
In addition to providing on-premises VoIP calls, the digital format of VoIP provides connectivity for WiFi-enabled smart devices such as smartphones and tablets. Remote and home working have increased significantly because of the Covid epidemic, and VoIP over public and private WiFi networks and VPN connections are rapidly becoming the norm.Continue reading