VoIP – Desktop telephones and switchboards for calling over the Internet
Take advantage of the benefits of IP telephony and forget about paying extra line fees or Fixed-to-Mobile call charges.
VoIP phones and switchboards send and receive calls over the Internet and can communicate with any landline, cell phone, or softphone.
How do VoIP phones work?
VoIP phones convert analog audio into digital signal (data packets) so that it can be transmitted over the Internet.
VoIP phones need to be connected to the power supply and the Internet to work.
What kind of calls can I make with a VoIP phone?
VoIP phones primarily support voice communication. However, some models also support image display for videoconferencing.
Can I use my VoIP phone to communicate with an analog phone?
Yes, you can use a VoIP phone to communicate with an analog phone, cell phone, or softphone.
How many lines does a VoIP phone support?
Unlike standard landline phones, which can only have one physical line associated with them, VoIP phones can have several lines, as many as our bandwidth can accommodate.
Each line is like an email address that is associated with a specific user, and the device can handle more than one line at a time.