When Technologies Collide
With VOIP a voice call is a network application, just like your word processing software
and web browser are applications on your PC. Because we're one of the few companies in
the world that treat your phone calls that way, we can do things with your call that
others can't. Like send your voicemail messages to you as email attachments. Or let you
listen to them online.
It's a principle called convergence. People have been talking
about it for years, but few have done it. It's your telephone taking on qualities of
your PC and your PC taking on qualities of your telephone.
How It Works
Once we harnessed this technology, we realized that a lot of the old silly phone rules
just didn't apply. So we don't charge extra for things like Voicemail and Call Waiting.
Why should we? We're excited about this service that we wouldn't want you to deny
yourself anything. Use it all. The power is yours for the asking. And best of all, it's
When you think about it, the Internet is everywhere. And it makes all those imaginary
boundaries seem unnecessary. So VOIP local calling areas are bigger, often several area
codes wide. Your contacts in Canada somehow seem like closer neighbors when we eliminate
your international charges to dial there. And it may even feel surprising to experience
an overseas call that costs less than what you used to pay to dial locally. But trust
us, like thousands of other VOIP customers, you'll get used to it.
The world is changing fast and it's making your life easier. VOIP brings the future here
and now. It's time you took advantage of it.