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Old 4th August 2005, 21:54   #1
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Chances are that you have already made a VoIP call without even realizing it. The major phone companies already use VoIP to route thousands of long distance calls through a circuit switch and into an IP gateway. This is then received by a gateway at the other end and then routed to another local circuit switch. More and more companies are installing VoIP phone systems, and the technology will grow and grow until it finds its way into every business and household across the globe.

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I'm using VoIP to save phone expense

With the headset and mic over my head, I feel like a pimp.
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I see it in more and more companies.

Not only saves it phone casts, but it is also easier to manage internally.
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it's a dream to work with; when people move desk they only need to log out of phone#1 and log in at phone#2

done.

this can also be done with digital phones , but VoIP makes it even easier
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