over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
long-distance charges with the Internet!
your company pays monthly bills for voice communications with remote
branch offices, read on to find out how you can lower those costs
by taking full advantage of the Internet access you're already paying
How it works
stands for "Voice over Internet Protocol." This service
works with Atlantic.Net's broadband Internet options such as DSL,
ISDN, Frame Relay, or point-to-point T-1/T-3 to enable you to use
your Internet connection for long distance voice communications.
By adding some hardware to your network, you can use your connection
to the Net for both voice and data.
With VoIP, you'll pick up your telephone handset, listen for a dial
tone, and call a number just as you do now. In fact, the only difference
your employees may notice is an increase in the clarity of their
phone line, because the transmission is digital rather than analog.
VoIP saves you money by eliminating toll-call charges and reducing
the need for long distance lines on a multi-line phone system. In
addition, VoIP unifies your communications over one network, so
you get more out of the Internet service you're already paying for.
Finally, VoIP makes your network more flexible, because the lines
have multiple usesmeaning you can adjust your bandwidth and
number of voice lines as needed. Companies with multiple office
sites that do lots of communication between those locations will
benefit the most from VoIP.
For more information, contact Atlantic.Net Commercial Sales at 1-800-521-5881
or e-mail email@example.com.