VoIP provides telecom services worldwide! You may have thought that VoIP was just a Canadian telecom provider, but with its features the Home Phone ATA you can use VoIP services around the globe. Take your number anywhere in the world to make and receive calls based on your local Canadian area code, which travels with you. VoIP also offers other home-and-away advantages including Mobile services. Read on for more information about these options and how they make staying connected easy and affordable.
Home Phone VoIP ATA
Telecom costs can add up very quickly, but not if you use the VoIP analog telephone adapter (ATA). This device allows you to connect your regular home phone to the Internet. When your calls are routed through the web, your home phone rings anywhere in the world. This makes all your calls the same as when you call a local number in your Canadian area code. Friends and family can call you no matter where your travels take you and it will be the same rate as calling you at home in Canada.
Mobile Callback app
Making a long-distance call with your regular mobile provider will cost you quite a lot of money. Instead, you can use a VoIP’s Mobile Callback app to take advantage of VoIP’s long-distance rates. This way you simply hop on the app and VoIP will connect the call for you. The app will ring your phone and call the number you’re trying to connect with, then connects the two lines. This can save you quite a lot when you’re traveling.
Mobile Home Phone Extension app
If you have a VoIP Home Phone, you probably also have an App Mobile. These are generally a free calling app that lets you take your great home phone service with you wherever you go. Stay connected at home and on the go for much less than you currently pay big telecom. It can be used worldwide via your WiFi or Data connection. Once downloaded, all of your current contacts are automatically imported into the app, where you can select favorites and view recent activity.
However, you decide to connect, make sure to give one of VoIP’s services a try. You won’t just connect intelligently – you’ll save a bundle doing it!