As we’ve mentioned before, VoIP is cheap. There’s also a constant redundancy.
It’s bad enough when there’s a power outage in your area. If you were one of the unfortunate caught in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, your landlines and your cell phones were inoperable. The electrical grid is incredibly strained as it tries to supply the demand.
With a VoIP provider, your calls are re-routed through broadband cables. The cables are underground. Short of a disastrous earthquake, the cables remain unharmed.
Additionally, there are apps that integrate with any wi-fi compatible device. As wi-fi compatibility becomes standardized, from little girl at the lemonade stand down the street to the executives of global conglomerates, everyone can make and receive calls.
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