The Number 1 Reason to Swap to VoIP
No one likes to spend money unnecessarily! I mean, would you intentionally spend $20 more for the same exact item even though you could get it for less but from another vendor, just because that’s what you have always done? Of course not! After all, you are a frugal shopper and want to make the most of your hard-earned paycheck. So, you look around for the best deals, look for ways to employ extreme couponing, learn to rebate, and make changes to your lifestyle so you can get the most from your money. And, with a bit of research, you can make a huge dent in the amount you spend!
So, if you are looking for more ways to save money on everyday expenses, here is one of the more recent ways to put extra money in bank account- Swapping your landline to VoIP. Standing for Voice-over Internet Protocol, VoIP has been around now since the turn of the century, and has become a common method of phone service since 2004. In its early days, there were many who felt it was an ineffective method of phone communication, but as advancements in knowledge and technology have occurred, VoIP providers have overcome the assorted issues and today VoIP is one of the fastest growing trends in communication.
So, what is VoIP, you may ask. VoIP works by using your existing broadband Internet connection to make phone calls. So, rather than paying Ma Bell and her associates local and long distance rates that are continually rising for phone service, you pay a flat rate to your Internet provider for better service with more features. These standard features include:
In addition, for a nominal fee, you can have a