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Why People Are Choosing This Advanced Technology Over Landlines

A little-known technology called VoIP is poised to take over peoples’ homes, leaving the soon-to-be-obsolete landline behind. Learn why:

Millions of Americans are doing just that. They’re discovering that they don’t need to pay $100 per month to call their relatives both near home and abroad, thanks to changing phone technology: VoIP.

Landline phone service is expensive. Every month, your phone bill steals hundreds of dollars from your bank account. If you want to keep the security of a landline, you’re stuck paying the price–and that price is increasing every year.

Today’s landline phone subscribers are getting ripped off–including you. On average, according to TIME Magazine, landline customers pay $100 to $200 per month. And that’s for only a few phone calls each week. Worse, phone bills are expected to continue increasing as landlines become obsolete and unmaintainable.

It’s time to stop wasting money.

VoIP is the Secret Your Landline Phone Provider Doesn’t Want You to Find Out About

Ever since VoIP burst onto the phone scene in 1995, landline phone providers have been panicking. If people no longer pay for a landline phone, if there are other ways to make calls for less, traditional telephone companies are going to lose millions of dollars.

Until recently, VoIP hasn’t been able to compete with landline service. VoIP services were few and far between, requiring special software and Internet service. But all of this is changing.

Today, many different VoIP services exist. Though your options were once limited, you can now connect to anyone in the world via your current internet setup. You can make voice calls or video calls–without a DVR or additional expensive equipment. All you need is your computer, laptop, or other smart device.

We Tested VoIP For You

As VoIP has become increasingly popular, we too were skeptical. How could international calls truly come without an expensive cost? So, we tested out VoIP for ourselves.

Setting up any VoIP service is quick and easy. Connect any VoIP service, like Skype or Vonage, via your internet. Within seconds, you’re able to call any friend, any family member. And you only have to pay a minimal fee if you call out of the United States.

Instead of paying per minute, you can purchase VoIP credits in bulk. Additionally, you don’t have to sacrifice call quality. As long as you have a good internet connection, you’ll be able to chat as easily with someone in New York as you would someone in Mexico or Greece.

It’s as if you’re getting traditional landline phone service–but you’re only paying mere dollars per month.

The Verdict: You need to stop paying for landline phone service. You can save hundreds of dollars each year by switching to VoIP, and you won’t miss a single call.

Update: December 12, 2017

VoIP services are becoming so popular that the VoIP Report expects more than 1 billion people will be VoIP users by the end of 2017. To help you save money, many VoIP services are offering discounts for new signups. Like anything, it’s always a good idea to be aware of the latest research. We recommend comparing at least 3 or 4 options before making a final decision. Doing a search online is typically the quickest, most thorough way to discover all the pros and cons you need to keep in mind.