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Voip works just like a regular phone with just one key difference — how the phone call actually gets to your telephone. Instead of using the high priced telephone company's wiring, Voip routes your phone calls directly to your telephone using your high speed internet connection. You hear a dial tone and make your phone calls just like you've always done.
What's changed is that you don't pay a big bill to use the phone company's wires.
If you've got a high-speed Internet connection, VoIP or PC to Phone is a service you can use to make calls over the Internet at significant savings over analog calling.
Here's how it works:
1. VoIP sends your calls across the Internet.
2. Your calls go through your Cable/DSL modem or IP router.
3. A VoIP phone adaptor splits your high-speed broadband phone connection.
4. Your Internet connection will work as it did before you installed the phone adaptor - sending emails and other web data to your personal computer.
5. Your phone calls are sent through your VoIP phone adaptor to your regular or cordless telephone.
How a VoIP Broadband Phone Call is Routed