Let's first explain what VoIP actually stands for. VoIP is an acronym for Voice over Internet Protocol. In a nut shell, it concerts the voice signal into a digital signature and sends it over the internet. VOIP enables you to make phone calls to other landlines and mobiles using your existing high-speed Internet and home phone handset.
It uses the Internet to power your phone and routes your phone calls over your existing Internet rather than through a traditional telephone line. But even though your phone uses the Internet, it has nothing to do with your computer. In fact, your PC or Laptop doesn't even need to be switched on to use VOIP. Need more? Check out our info-graphic below.
With free calling to over 55 countries and the ability to save 20-40% on your current phone bill, VoIP is the way to go.
Wherever you can access the internet, you can access VoIP.
With over 45 standard features shipped with your new phone, VoIP allows for more features than your traditional phone.