Our world has been changed drastically in the last several decades. One area that has changed the most is the area of telephone technology. Not only do many cellular phones operate without using traditional phone lines, but now you can use the internet to make phone calls as well. Wireless VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phones may well be the main communication devices of the future. Because you already pay for internet service, wireless VoIP has the potential to save you money on your phone service. This is especially true if you make international calls on a regular basis.
Wireless VoIP service uses an IP network to make calls instead of cellular towers or the traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN). Many cellular phones now use a hybrid system of cellular and wireless VoIP technology. Essentially, they use the internet to make calls when connected to wi-fi, and they use cellular towers when no wi-fi connection is available.
Wireless VoIP can also be used to easily create internal calling networks, which can be useful in the following types of buildings:
- Educational campuses
- Government buildings
- And more
If you are interested in setting up a wireless VoIP option for your business or organization, it is important to realize that there are some things to consider first. One of the most important things to know is that you must have an extremely reliable wireless network. Wireless VoIP is much more sensitive to packet loss than data transfer. You also must make sure you have the proper authentication and encryption protections in place to avoid security breaches.