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Before I go into the details and highlight the benefits of VoIP technology to you, I would like to make it very clear that some critics and experts still recommend having one traditional line as backup for emergency services like 911 or if the VoIP service is down. However, I am not trying to imply that VoIP service is inadequately equipped to provide 911 emergency services, VoIP 911 directory services have drastically improved in the past few years and most importantly, they are federally mandated.

Contrary to my own statement concerning the reliability of the service, power surge, a power cut due to a storm probably or even if the internet connectivity is down, you will not be able to make or receive any calls. On the other hand in the situations mentioned above, traditional landlines remain in service because they do not rely upon the residential electric supply. Due to this, having a conventional telephone line besides your Residential VoIP service make sense. Considering the fact that to make or receive calls via VoIP is far cheaper than a traditional landline, therefore if you keep your basic landline package plan in case emergencies; it makes perfect sense because even still you will be saving over the cost of traditional package plans

Residential VoIP services have revolutionized communication for the masses. The constant research and development in the technology will eventually lead to the complete replacement of traditional landline services. Besides saving money, VoIP technology goes a step further by providing landline value added features as standard features on a basic VoIP package plan.

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26-30, F
Aug 8, 2010