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What is VoIP?

VoIP is a way of making telephone calls over the internet, VoIP calls are often cheaper than traditional phone line calls and usually, come with many more features.

What does VoIP stand for?

Voice Over Internet Protocol

How does VoIP work?

VoIP sends your voice as packets of data across your internet connection and requires a VoIP enabled phone, mobile app or softphone on your PC.

Does VoIP require internet?

Yes, typically this uses either your home broadband or your mobile internet connection.

Is VoIP reliable?

Yes, as long as you have a stable and sufficient internet connection.

What speed do I need for VoIP?

To achieve a voice call of sufficient quality, a minimum internet speed of 90 – 100 kbps (kilobits per second) is required.

What's the difference between sip and VoIP?

VoIP and SIP both refer to internet telephony but are technically different. VoIP describes the type of phone call (over the internet), while SIP is the industry-standard method used to enable VoIP calls between devices.