Re: Anyone tried voice over IP for residential phone service?
[quote author=MZ6ZoomZoom link=topic=25532.msg345922#msg345922 date=1121557240]
Mostly though, I don't want my telephone service going out if there's a power outage. POTS is powered from the phone company, not your house, so is much more resistant (I've never seen a POTS line go out) than VOIP is to outages. VOIP also has some 911 issues, but those are becoming less relevant.
That's why God invented the cell phone.
About 50% of the people I work with use VOIP, and if I was paying the bills (live with 'rents) I'd go to VOIP in a shot. The fact that you can take it anywhere in the world and still have unlimited calls in Canada/USA, as well as checking your voice messages with any internet connection in the world is schweet.
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