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How and why VOIP ?
The traditional telephone network, known as POTS (plain old telephone service) or the PSTN (public switched telephone network), served us well for many years. Unfortunately, it was costly, managed by only a few companies and inefficient. Each voice call over POTS uses a unique connection, allotted 64K of bandwidth. We're all familiar with a T1 connection, which has 24 channels and 1.5M of bandwidth (64K *24). In reality, a quality voice call on one of these channels requires a fraction of the 64K granted to it by POTS. Moreover, a silent moment, or lapses in speech still consume the 64K. VoIP deployments capitalize on the inefficiency of this design. The analog voice signal is digitized, compressed, chunked into packets and sent over a data network. Advanced compression algorithms reduce the bandwidth necessary for a quality voice call to a fraction of the 64K required by POTS. The silence and background noise transmission of POTS can be eliminated as well. As if the bandwidth savings weren't enough, VoIP deployments also reduce cost and enhance scalability by employing standard data networking components (routers, network switches), instead of expensive, complicated telephone switches.

Benefits of VOIP:
Flexible, location independent, capable, easy to configure.
No external equipments required.
Reduced call charges.

VOIP with VDS:
VDS offer range of VOIP packages from basic to premium with add-on facility. For more information on the current packages and tariff please contact us .