Traditional and Modern VoIP

When Internet and dial up have just emerged to our knowledge, VoIP was something only a few are able to experience. Voice calls were horribly hard to make back then, with the latency and lag linked to slow speeds and whatnot. VoIP was always the last resort. When PSTN phone system were sucking at being a When PSTN phone system, VoIP is the answer.

Back then, Internet traffic was always a pain in the neck of people. Like it has changed! But modern broadband speeds are in no comparison to that. When you have access to these high-speed connections we have, we don’t have worry when talking to our loved ones on our computers anymore.

However, cellphones can still be the cause of our headaches, when we speak of bandwidth. 3G technologies of the modern times offer more than enough bandwidth to allow a smooth VoIP experience. It’s not the speed that is a limiting factor, instead, it’s the latency and lag associated with wireless connectivity.

Wherever you may be today, WiFi connections are not a rare thing to come by. We take a sip on our coffee in our favorite coffee shops and when things get a little boring, we can just whip out our mobiles, then voila, we can spend our time on the Internet. Wi-Fi is a great alternative, considering it is covered by a standard Ethernet connection. You can rest assured you won’t be having troubles with it when it’s within its area of operation. But the 4G that’s on the rise today is a perfect match for VoIP, thus the acronym VoLTE – Voice over LTE.

How do you enjoy VoIP? Me, I still go for the traditional VoIP where I get to use my desktop, but mobile VoIP is not too shabby! It can boast of its own charm, and well yeah, it’s mobile. Ah, the convenience! You get to talk to anyone, anytime, anywhere.

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