Monday, April 24, 2006

VoIP Service Provider

The cost of living in major cities of world has increased at an alarming rate. Increase in Oil price is the basic reason behind this. This has resulted in increase of price of each and every essential commodity whether it is petrol, cooking gas, oil, transportation etc. But due to revolution in VoIP Technology, the cost of communication with your near and dear ones across the borders has reduced very much. Whether you are a small time shop owner or big business magnate, you can save up to 70-85% on your long distance calls.

Following are some points which you should know before choosing a VoIP Service Provider:

- Try to negotiate and reduce excessive early contract termination penalties while signing the document.
- You should know all the expense on your VoIP system before hand. As in most of the cases the cost of add-on equipment is much larger than the minimum configuration which VoIP Service Provider
- Also some additional add-on features such as call forwarding, caller ID should not cost you a treasure. Make sure that you get all the additional features which the service provider can provide.
- What will be the up gradation charges if you need to upgrade the system?

Comments:
I just want to inform everyone to a new web site called VoIP Spear (www.voipspear.com) to measure your QoS. It's the Internet's best and most accessible QoS testing service. It utilizes packet loss, latency, and jitter to calculate a MOS score between 1 (very poor quality) and 5 (excellent quality) for your Internet connection. VoIP Spear runs 24x7x365 so you can always have an idea of what your VoIP QoS is.

VoIP Spear shows your QoS in easy-to-read charts. You can also have it send you email alerts when your quality drops too low.

VoIP Spear (www.voipspear.com) is free for personal use.

 
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