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TheDigest.com Reveals 4 Ways that Switching to VoIP Saves Families Money

July 21, 2013

Families can always use a little extra spending cash. That's why http://www.thedigest.com/ is revealing the top 4 ways that switching to VoIP helps families save money.

(PRWEB) July 21, 2013

Families today who are still relying on a traditional phone system for their landlines or cellphones are paying too much money for an old technology. Regular phone service companies charge exorbitant fees for an outdated service that’s nearly 150 years old.

Luckily, the phone giants are not the only choices families when deciding on (or switching away from) a telephone service provider. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows families to turn their home phones into powerful Internet Phones. Internet calls have much higher voice quality than what standard analog phones are capable of, and they usually cost half the price.

Quality and reliability are good enough on their own, but families are more excited about the amount of money that switching to residential VoIP phone systems saves. Here is TheDigest.com’s 4 favorite ways that VoIP saves families money.

1. Unlimited Calling

Families who use VoIP can call one another as often as they want, thanks to unlimited calling. For a monthly fee under $9 a month, families are able to stay on the phone with no need to count minutes. VoIP makes keeping in touch with the whole family easier than ever before.

2. Mobile VoIP

Families can use mobile VoIP apps to take their cheap home phone service on the go. Users only need to download their provider’s app to a smartphone, laptop, or tablet and make as many calls as they want when connected to the Internet. This is a huge money savings for families and individuals alike.

3. Cheap International Calls

Calling family in other countries is cheap with VoIP. Since not all phones are hooked up through the Internet, calls made into other countries will have to connect to a central phone office before being transferred to their final location. While this does cost a small fee, it is far less than what other phone companies would charge to use the miles of cables to connect the calls. This way, calls to loved ones on the other side of the world are no longer a hassle.

4. Luxury Features Come Standard

Residential VoIP plans come with several features as part of their standard packages, including call waiting, music on hold, IP video conferencing, multiple phone lines, call forwarding, voicemail, and call blocking.

Other phone companies would charge extra for all of these features individually, but families with Internet phones enjoy all of these features and more, because VoIP includes them for free.

For families, more extra cash is always a good thing. Switching to a residential VoIP plan for a home landline is one way to do exactly that. After the switch, families will enjoy being able to talk longer and clearer than ever before, while watching the savings pile up. This is just one way that VoIP gives families a little more breathing room.

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