VoIP or Voice over IP (Internet Protocol) is a globally accepted standard, method and technique used to deliver your analog oriented voice over the internet's digital medium. Telephony is the science of translating sound into electrical signals, transmitting them (through the internet using VoIP standard), and then converting them back to sound; that is, the science of telephones.
The first telephones had no network but were in private use, wired together in pairs. Later, each telephone was wired to a local telephone exchange, and the exchanges were wired together with trunks. Networks were connected in a hierarchical manner until they spanned cities, countries, continents and oceans. This was the beginning of the PSTN (public switched telephone network). A major development that started in 2004 was the introduction of mass-market VoIP services that utilize existing broadband Internet access, by which subscribers place and receive telephone calls in much the same manner as they would via the PSTN. Because of the bandwidth efficiency and low costs that VoIP technology can provide, businesses are migrating from traditional copper-wire telephone systems to VoIP systems to reduce their monthly phone costs. In 2008, 80% of all new PBX lines installed internationally were VoIP oriented.
GoAutoDialVoIP is a service offered to organizations that need origination and termination of PSTN calls from and to other countries like Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States. Whether you are using GoAutoDial Enterprise or another premise based IP-PBX system, GoAutoDial VoIP can bring your VoIP based calls to and from a fixed, wireless or mobile phone anywhere in the world (constrained only by telecommunications policies of the intended country).
Click "How much does it cost" (below) to view the Wholesale VoIP A-Z Termination Rates per country.
For volume discounts of Termination Rates to the USA, Canada and UK-landlines-only, we offer the following promotional rates for the corresponding prepayment amounts:
*Liz Carpenter’s quote: ““What a lot we lost when we stopped writing letters. You can't reread a phone call.””