What On Earth Is Free Voip?
Voice Over Internet Protocol
Of all the things you wanted to know, you just had to ask what on earth voip is; never have you minded the free voip? Apparently voip is a word that the IT geeks use, but then again, there are not that many geeks in the world anymore, they seem to have turned around and turned into the new emo people that you see with their pale skins, dark hair and dark eyes under their black hoodies all day long. These are the new era geeks that we are looking at today.
So the word geek isn't used that much anymore, but words like voip and other acronyms are more and more every day. Yes, voip stands for voice over Internet protocol. So much jargon for four simple words that create mass confusion in heads of those who are IT intellectually challenged, and that still goes for most of us on the planet.
How Free Is Free?
Now you want to know what free voip is and how it can benefit you. Since you know what voip stands for the rest should be easy to comprehend. Simpler than that you cannot get for the IT intellectually challenged minds. Still what is free voip, how do you get it, and how is free voip free, since nothing is really for free?
For The IT Intellectually Challenged Minds
Apparently for the IT intellectually challenged minds, it is the small package that allows you to talk via your Internet line without increasing your normal telephone bill. Free voip is free with the use of most adsl packages that are available to choose from, but you are still chatting away via something that you have paid for already. It does seem to be a cheaper way of having a conversation if you have adsl at home, but it is definitely not the same as talking via a web cam, which guzzles your bandwidth superfast.
So it goes to show, there is no real free voip anyway, you paid for the services that you had installed anyway. If you are trying to make free voip calls you will soon find out that it does not cost much, as you may have to load some airtime to use anyway, but the calls are charged at such a low rate, but your bandwidth does decrease while you are doing your so called free voip call. The only part of it is that if you receive calls while you are on your PC, but for the person actually calling, nothing is free!