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Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

What is VoIP?

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is simply the transmission of voice traffic over IP-based networks.

The Economics

VoIP has become popular largely because of the cost advantages to consumers over traditional telephone networks.

Calls can be placed across the Internet. Most Internet connections are charged using a flat monthly fee structure.

Using the Internet connection for both data traffic and voice, it can allow consumers to get rid of one monthly payment. In a VoIP plan you do not get charged a ‘per minute’ fee for long distance calls.

For International calling, the monetary savings to the consumers switching to this technology can be enormous.


There are three methods of connecting to a VoIP network:

  • Using a VoIP telephone
  • Using a ‘normal’ telephone with a special adaptor
  • Using a computer with speakers and microphone












The Gateways have the ability to switch to PSTN dynamically during the call if the data network degrades, providing you with the quality line with no interruptions. This allows you to use any broadband IP connection saving in data costs.

No Upgrades to PBX or Router

No expensive changes or re-programming is required to the existing PBX or data router. The solution can work with any PBX, Key System or Standard telephone lines.

VoIP Telephones

Link multiple sites together through VoIP Plan or Wireless for efficiency and cost saving on your phone lines. Ability to transfer calls between sites seamlessly, without the need to rent the links from Telstra.