VoIP seems too good to be true ... What is the disadvantage?
* The most obvious disadvantage that the traditional suppliers to emphasize is service outages at your Internet connection fails or your power goes out. Since then, VoIP is based on an asset and a broadband connection under tension, when it happens to descend, so does your phone service. Fortunately, today most of us have a cell phone as backup in case of an emergency poorly timed. Another option available is to maintain a more regular local phone service to be used only in rare cases that you never lose your power or broadband connection.
* Although all interconnected VoIP service providers are required to provide emergency 911 service, May it situations where such services are limited or unavailable. So, be sure to check with providers of VoIP services to understand clearly as possible the limits associated with their service. You can also check here for VoIP 911 limitations preview.
Friday, May 30, 2008