Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Easy VOiP

I'm sure that you know at least a few rudimentary facts about VoIP communication. You know, "voice over internet protocol"? Those cool phones that function over the net instead of involving cell towers, landlines, Ma Bell and all of the other stuff that have usually dominated the world of calling.

I'm sure that many of you are also NOT using VoIP technology--just like me.

At work, we've been slow to embrace VoIP, even though we have a broadband connection. Why? Because it sounds so complicated to set up and like a major inconvenience to operate. I get it: It's reliable. It's cheaper. Etc. We're just wary enough of new tech not to make the move.

That may be on the verge of changing though. Xpander is making these wildly flexible business phones by Nimbus readily available. Check this out: you can actually do the plug and play thing wherever you have a broadband connection. Plus, you can use web-based controls to run the phone system.

Nimbus VoIP phone systems give users maximum control with some serious efficiency and ease of use. Of course, you also get the hallmarks of the VoIP trade--unlimited US calling. Free Nimbus-Nimbus calls, etc.

If you've been letting the VoIP revolution pass you by, you might want to take another look at this exciting telephony trend.

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