What is VoIP?
VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a technology that allows users to make and receive phone calls over the internet rather than through traditional phone lines. Instead of sending the sound of a person's voice through physical phone lines, VoIP converts the sound into data packets that are transmitted over the internet.
This allows users to make calls from anywhere with an internet connection, and often at a lower cost than traditional phone service. VoIP can be used with a variety of devices, such as computers, smartphones, and specialized VoIP phones, and typically includes a range of features not available with traditional phone service, such as call forwarding and conference calls.