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  • Report: Wireless and VoIP Continues to Replace Wireline
    Surveys of consumer and business voice communication trends have shown a steady decline in wireline usage, replaced by Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) subscriptions and wireless adoption.
    7/24/2014
  • CounterPath Awarded Patent for Mobile VoIP Network
    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded patent No. US 8,763-which will help improve product performance, extend average product service life-to CounterPath Corporation. The patent, titled 'Network Based Authentication,' protects CounterPath's unique methods of authenticating a Voice over IP (VoIP) softphone application on a device via a GSM-based telephone network, rather than through traditional username/password requirements.
    7/24/2014
  • Digicel Blocks VoIP Services in the Caribbean
    Another day, another report of telecommunications provider Digicel cutting off VoIP services from interacting with its network. The Columbus CEO reported in a recent article on Digacel's decision to halt VoIP access throughout the Caribbean, and in all the countries in that region it has affected with its decision, customers are voicing their concerns.
    7/17/2014
  • Curse, Inc. Brings Voice Technology to Hi-Rez Studios
    While business VoIP providers may usually think of VoIP technology only in terms of the enterprise, it is becoming one of the most useful and versatile communications methods today. Hi-Rez Studios, creator of the popular online multiplayer game SMITE, has formed a partnership with Curse, Inc. to implement the gaming technology company's VoIP platform, called Curse Voice.
    7/16/2014
  • Improving the Safety of VoIP Networks
    Adoption of VoIP networks has increased in leaps and bounds over the last few years. Today, many individuals and businesses use VoIP extensively for making voice calls. Along with this widespread use of VoIP, however, come some security issues. It is possible for hackers to access VoIP networks to eavesdrop on calls, change caller IDs, disrupt phone calls, or even send unwanted messages through the network.
    7/9/2014
  • Telecoms Urge BTRC to Halt Illegal Teletalk VoIP Calls
    Telecommunications providers Grameenphone, Banglalink, and Robi recently wrote a letter to the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission, urging it to crack down on Teletalk for allowing mobile users to make illegal international VoIP calls.
    7/9/2014
  • An Insight into the Competition of French Telecom Market
    France is the third largest telecom market in Europe, in terms of market penetration and customer base. This market has four major players, namely, Orange, Bouygues Telecom, SFR and Illiad SA. Out of these four, Orange is the oldest player in the French market, and it is also one of the major telecom and VoIP service companies in the world.
    7/1/2014
  • Why VoIP Apps are Perfect for Consumers
    VoIP is poised to change the world with its ability to perform voice calls over Internet connections rather than traditional telephone lines. Cutting costs, VoIP has become a popular choice for many businesses wanting to save money, and develop more efficient lines of communication.
    6/26/2014
  • Wheelings & Dealings: One Source Networks Acquires StarView Solutions
    One Source Networks (OSN), a company that offers voice and managed services, recently purchased the assets and customer base of StarView Solutions, an Austin-based provider of cloud voice solutions.
    6/19/2014
  • VoIP Provider Voxox Enters into Distribution Partnership Agreement with TBI
    Voxox, a comprehensive cloud-based rich communication service for consumers and businesses, has entered into a distribution partnership agreement with technology services distributor Telecom Brokerage, Inc. (TBI).
    6/17/2014
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Signing up with a business VoIP provider is a big deal. No matter the size and age of your business, change can be scary. But it can also be good. VoIP business services tend to have a larger setup cost, and much lower ongoing costs than their circuit-switched counterparts. Every VoIP provider has a different list of feature sets and prices. Here is a list of ten questions you can ask a potential provider. Be honest with them, and be honest with yourself. Be sure you have the best information before making such a big decision