Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a category of hardware and software that allows you to make telephone calls using an internet (or private network) connection typically over a broadband connection instead of your standard phone line.
With VoIP, analog voice calls are converted into packets of data. The packets travel like any other type of data, such as e-mail, over the public Internet and/or any private Internet Protocol (IP) network.
Using a VoIP service, you can call landline, cell phones, and computer-to-computer.
By adding voice to a data network, you’ll reduce costs, improve productivity, and enhance collaboration.
You'll save money by having one network to manage instead of two. You can easily add, move, or change phone extensions and locations, which saves money and gives you more flexibility.