Which do you prefer cell phone or voip phone
October 21, 2008 7:47pm CST
Yesterday someone introduce to me voip phone, the package was great that it has 1 year free call on voip to voip phone. But I told him that I have a cell phone with prepaid account I am using right now and if I buy that voip phone my cell will be useless. I have think about the offer isn't it much cheap than cell phone? help me out decide whats the nicest gadgets voip phone or cell phone
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8 Nov 08
First of all, voip to voip phone should be free on most voip providers. It is also known as PC to PC calls. It's like a Skype to Skype or Yahoo to Yahoo calls. Its always free. Secondly, getting a voip phone won't render your cell phone useless. It's totally 2 different things. Voip calls are usually use for long distance or overseas calls while you use your mobile for sending SMS or make calls while on the move. Third, if this is the 10,000 peso package you are talking about from another topic of yours then its not worth it. You can always buy a voip phone and set it up with the provider of your choice. Or you can buy an ATA device (Analog Telephone Adapter) and connect it to your regular home phone while its connected it to your DSL modem or router. I use this set up for my Onesuite voip account and it runs great. Long distance is cheap with my Onesuite. Take note: To use a voip phone, you need a good internet connection.
29 Jan 09
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29 Jan 09
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22 Oct 08
I used to have voip through my cable and internet provider. Plus I also had Vonage for a couple of years. It's a great deal if you talk for very long and if you call a lot of people long distance. Voip programs usually included unlimited long distance, whereas with a cell phone you usually only have a set amount of minutes to use in general. Although with cell phones you do usually get to call other people who are with the same company without it charging you any minutes. My problem is, everyone I know is long distance. And only have 300 minutes through my cell phone a month. So I usually just have other people call me back, now that I no longer have the VOIP. LOL Hope you have a good day!
29 Jan 09
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