What is VoIP, and how does it help in daily life?
VoIP means ‘voice over Internet protocol’. VoIP makes calls over the internet rather than through a traditional service provider.
It is widely used in everyday life, for example, through Facebook messages, Skype, etc. VoIP enables us to make international calls using low-cost providers. It works by dispersing digital packets through the internet rather than traditional phone analogue. The VoIP system also ensures the provision of quality calls that endorse hassle-free business talks over the phone. Zoom app, which we use to connect with our friends, colleagues, classmates, is 85 per cent derived from VoIP. Read More