Groundbreaking Technology Making Landlines Obsolete
A little-known technology called VoIP could take over peoples’ homes, leaving the soon-to-be-obsolete landline behind.
Are you still paying for a landline? If so, your monthly payment could increase soon. Why? Because the landscape is changing for landline companies. But luckily, there is a new technology that will let you keep your home phone line for significantly less than what you’re paying today. Learn more below for the top solutions that could save you tons of money each month.
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What’s Happening To Your Landline?
With more and more people using only their cellphones and an aging infrastructure, landline companies are more than likely to charge sky-high prices just to stay in business.
For some consumers, this has meant paying as much as $20-$30 a month for a potentially failing service.
But thanks to more recent advances in internet technology, you no longer have to feel like a landline is your only option.
If you want a more affordable way to make both domestic and international calls out of your home, you absolutely have to consider this new technology that is putting hundreds of dollars (or more!) back into the pockets of consumers and businesses.
What Technology is Taking Over?
VoIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol, in a nutshell, uses the same technology that connects computers to each other to connect telephones to one another. It’s far more technical than that, but the end user’s experience is essentially like that of any other telephone user at a largely reduced cost.
And the technology has been adopted faster than ever over the last 5 years because it’s completely changing the way we make calls from our homes.
Studies have shown that, compared to using a traditional landline, using VoIP can potentially save you up to 40% on local calls, and 90% on international calls. If you are making international calls even once a month, that’s a lot of money saved.
Millions of Americans are switching over now and you don’t want to miss the bus on VoIP. It could save you hundreds of dollars, starting immediately.
How Do You Get VOIP?
Getting VoIP installed is usually much easier than people think.
In most cases, you can even keep your existing phone number!
Plus, setting up VoIP is easier than ever before because it connects to your high-speed internet and uses equipment you already have.
Whether you have Spectrum, Comcast, or one of the other major cable companies in North America, you almost certainly have the option for VoIP service today. The best bet is to do your research on pricing in your area, and then choose the best provider for you.
If you’re interested in getting started with VOIP, continue your search today.