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Getting more out of Broadband - VoIP - start saving on phonecalls!

VoIP - Voice over Internet Protocol - is a service that takes analogue audio signals, like the kind you hear when you talk on the phone, and turns them into digital data that can be transmitted over the Internet.

What this really means is that you can use your broadband connection to make free or cheap phone calls.

You'll need some hardware, and also to sign up with a VSP - VoIP Service Provider - for example http://www.freespeech.ie or http://www.sipgate.co.uk

Sounds great! What hardware do I need?
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Article ID: 82
Author: Caroline Swords
Created On: 24 Nov 2005
Edited On: 24 Nov 2005
Edited By: Davey Ahern
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