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Published on March 12, 2008

Author: Charlie

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VoIP De-Mystified:  VoIP De-Mystified How to Compare Shop for Choose The optimal VoIP plan for your needs. Persimmon Telecommunications:  Persimmon Telecommunications Brings together a team of experts to help you make the best choice for your Telecommunications services Cost Effective Connections Joe Budelis:  Joe Budelis Harvard PhD in Decision & Control 30 years experience Areas: Project Management, IT, Analysis, Telecommunications Long Term Positions: Mobil Corporation Morgan Stanley Dean Witter ShopForT1.com, Telarus, Cognigen What we bring to you:  What we bring to you Telecommunications expertise Consulting services To help you find the best option(s) for your Telecommunications needs To assist you with questions or issues that arise during provisioning and during the contract term To help you determine if contract renewal or a switch to another service is most beneficial Specialties:  Specialties T1 and DS3 lines Fractional, Full, Bonded, Point-to-Point Ts Data, Voice and Integrated Ts OC3, MPLS, Frame Relay and DSL lines Phone Service Local and Long Distance Phone Service Toll Free Service VoIP Cell Phone Service Audio Conferencing Domain Registration and Web hosting Fax Services What is VoIP?:  What is VoIP? Voice over Internet Protocol Uses broadband internet connection for phone service Also known as: Broadband phone service I-net telephony Internet phone service IP Phone service How does it Work?:  How does it Work? Router shares broadband connection with PC(s) Digital Terminal Adapter (aka dta, phone adapter or gizmo) is interface between Router and Normal analog phone Alternatively, some plans use an IP phone VoIP Background:  VoIP Background Initially VoIP was implemented PC-to-PC Using a PC as your phone is still an option with some plans Voice quality was originally poor Improvements in technology have greatly improved voice quality Most users can not tell the difference most of the time VoIP Advantages:  VoIP Advantages Low cost toll calls Phone portability – you can use your VoIP phone from any broadband connection Low cost to have phone numbers in distant locations Many features available via software at a low cost or no additional cost Features are upgradeable via software download Calls to others on same service are always free VoIP Disadvantages:  VoIP Disadvantages Phone line is down if broadband connection is down Phone adapter and/or router occasionally must be rebooted Voice quality degrades if internet connection has latency, jitter or significant packet loss 911 Service:  911 Service Not all VoIP vendors offer 911 service in all areas and, when they do: You may pay extra for it You must enter into a database precisely the location where you will be using the dta You must update the location in the database when you move the dta Some vendors require that the shipping and billing addresses be the same as the address where you will use the service Basic VoIP Service Typical Features:  Basic VoIP Service Typical Features Voice mail CallerID – with or without name CallerID Blocking 3-way Conferencing Call Waiting Call Waiting ID Call Forwarding On-line Account Management Call Transfer Virtual Numbers Basic Home, Home Office Plans:  Basic Home, Home Office Plans Unlimited Plan Unlimited calls to USA and Canada numbers $19.99-$24.99 per month All-Inclusive Annual Plan Unlimited calls to USA, Puerto Rico and Canada numbers $199 per year No other fees except for DA and International Current promo gives 3 months free Business Options:  Business Options Basic VoIP Service – Vendor provides dta that you can connect to any analog phone or phone system Hosted PBX Service – Vendor provides dta and phone instrument with features that, in the past, were only available on high end PBX systems Integrated T1 – T1 shared between voice and data; carrier provides QoS to voice Hosted PBX Service Typical Additional Features:  Hosted PBX Service Typical Additional Features Autoattendant Customizable Dial by extension Dial by name Company directory 3- or 4-digit extension to extension dialing Conference bridge Multiple Call Handling Ring Groups Switchboard Call Park / Call Pickup Do Not Disturb Hosted PBX Option:  Hosted PBX Option Virtual Office $49.99/month Unlimited USA & Canada calls $99.99 equipment cost Virtual Office Speakerphone DTA $1.50/mo FET – 3% Federal Excise Tax $1.50/mo RRF – Regulatory Recovery Fee $1.99 E911 Service Fee $39.99 activation fee Total Min Start Up Cost per line: $119.99 $24.99/month metered extension @ 250 outbound mins/mo 30-day (max 300 minutes) money back guarantee Basic VoIP Business Options:  Basic VoIP Business Options Packet8 Business 2000 Plan 2000 minutes/mo USA and Canada Unlimited calls to other Packet8 numbers $39.99 per month 3.5 cpm for additional USA/Canada calls How to Choose a VoIP Plan?:  How to Choose a VoIP Plan? See Plan Comparisons on the VoIP Comparison spreadsheet at: http://shopforld.com/VoIP.xls

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