Tom Wuellner is our Internet Phone Service member. Tom described his services as an efficient way to use the internet since the phone services takes up so little bandwidth. All that is needed to use the service is power and a good internet connection. VoiceWalker uses the computer to take phone calls, receive e-faxes and voicemail and then the user can make the decision whether to print the messages out or put them into stored files on the computer.
VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) has been around for 10 years and has made substantial improvements in that time. Whatever you can ask a phone to do, VOIP can do. Such as take messages remotely with a cell phone, transfer calls to a remote receiver, allow a specified number of rings prior to transferring calls or sending them to voicemail. VOIP is an affordable option and can be substantially less to use than traditional phone service. 10% of traditional phone costs go to add-on fees. VOIP can also be used when the power is out or the phone service is interrupted by going to an internet connection and transferring the calls to a cell phone or other remote receiver.
Remember Tom Wuellner and VoiceWalker when you hear your associates mention that they are looking for an alternative to high cost phone service