VoIP service provider ITP VoIP recently debuted its enhanced glossary covering aspects of digital phone service.
Online PR News – 29-February-2012 – – ITP VoIP, a VoIP service provider based in Brooklyn, N.Y., recently announced the debut of the enhanced VoIP glossary on its website. Now available online at http://www.ITPVoIP.com, the glossary is designed particularly for potential customers who have never used VoIP service previously, or who may be unfamiliar with the various technical aspects of internet phone service. For those who have only previously used landline phones at home, ITP promotes VoIP as a viable and cheap telephone service that provides the call quality customers are used to without the long-term contracts or the hefty fees.
While those who are well-versed in VoIP systems are likely to be knowledgeable about the technological aspect of internet phone service, and may additionally be familiar with ITP VoIP as the newly named number one VoIP service provider for 2012 by VoIPComparisons.net, customers who have never previously used Vonage phone service or other VoIP programs may feel ill-at-ease with the technical jargon. In an effort to make VoIP as accessible to new clients as possible, no matter their previous experience with the internet and VoIP phone service, ITP’s newly released glossary covers the fundamentals as well as the esoteric aspects of Voice over IP.
The newly launched glossary covers 14 essential VoIP terms, from the basic (VoIP and Wi-Fi) to the more obscure. Internet telephony, one commonly heard VoIP related phrase, is defined by ITP as follows: “Refers to any means of voice communication transmitted over the web. For example, ‘VoIP is a growing method of internet telephony.’” Another important definition gleaned from the online glossary is that for internet protocol, or IP: “The method by which information is sent from one computer to another using the internet. Computers have their own individual IP addresses that help differentiate it from other computers delivering information online.” These definitions and more are designed to make potential customers feel at ease when planning their first VoIP service order.
While its glossary helps make the building blocks of VoIP service accessible to all, ITP has also given its customer base access to other VoIP guides on its website. Its “Myths and Facts about VoIP” article covers all of the primary aspects of internet phone service, while it also recently composed an article entitled, “How is VoIP Technology Changing the Phone Business?” which informs its clientele about the customer-friendly aspects of VoIP phone service, ranging from the fact that VoIP is available in short-term contracts instead of multi-year deals to its cost-saving benefits and the fact that it can help eliminate businesses’ tricky logistical reliance on landline service.
ITP VoIP itself provides its services on a monthly basis that begins at only $9.99 with its one-line, basic phone service plan. ITP is also currently offering its new customers a free Linksys router with every purchase, meaning that VoIP service installation is even easier and more budget-friendly than before. ITP estimates that it can save its clientele up to 75% off their landline phone bills.
The home phone service provider is available online at http://www.ITPVoIP.com, and is also reachable by phone at 1-888-ITP-1110.