May 4, 2007, Newsletter Issue #64: Free long distance

Tip of the Week

VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) is rapidly becoming a viable option for local, regional, and long distance services. There are several companies offering customers VOIP services that use their broadband connection for voice call transmission. In this scenario, you hook up a converter box between your computer and the internet and connect your phone to the converter. In many cases you can keep your existing phone number, and some services will let you choose a new area code if you wish. Voice chat doesn't give you a phone number, then again voice chat also doesn't require a converter box and is often a free service.

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