Kenyaweb Voice over IP (VoIP) is an IP telephony, Internet telephony, broadband telephony, and broadband phone service technology for the delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol (IP) networks, such as the Internet. This specifically refers to the provisioning of communication services (voice, fax, SMS, voice-messaging) over the public Internet, rather than via the public switched telephone network (PSTN). VoIP is available on many smartphones, personal computers, and on Internet access devices. Calls and SMS text messages may be sent over 3G/4G or Wi-Fi.
Corporate use Advantages
- Reduced monthly phone costs: Because of the bandwidth efficiency and low costs that Our VoIP technology can provide, businesses are migrating from traditional copper-wire telephone systems to VoIP systems.
- Unified communications services: VoIP solutions aimed at businesses have evolved into unified communication services that treat all communication—phone calls, faxes, voice mail, e-mail, Web conferences, and more—as discrete units that can all be delivered via any means and to any handset, including cellphones.
- Reduced infrastructure costs: VoIP allows both voice and data communications to be run over a single network.
- The prices of extensions on VoIP are lower than for PBX and key systems. VoIP switches may run on commodity hardware, such as personal computers. Rather than closed architectures, these devices rely on standard interfaces.
- VoIP devices have simple, intuitive user interfaces, so users can often make simple system configuration changes.
- Scalability: Dual-mode phones enable users to continue their conversations as they move between an outside cellular service and an internal Wi-Fi network, so that it is no longer necessary to carry both a desktop phone and a cellphone.
- Maintenance becomes simpler as there are fewer devices to oversee.
- Can link organization branches’ and control all from a central point as if they were departments in the same locality.
- Can integrate your existing PSTN and GSM lines into a single IP based PBX System.