How to Connect Your VOIP Service to your Landline Phone and Save Hundreds of Dollars Every MonthBy Angsuman Chakraborty, Gaea News Network
Monday, December 1, 2008
If you didn’t know, VOIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. Some wireless phone companies are offering home phone service for rates as low as $10 per month when coupled with cell phone service. So we thought of sharing this cool tip with you that will reduce your home phone bill to almost nothing.
- You’ll need a high speed internet connection obviously. So make sure you have one.
- You need to get a wireless router that your VOIP provider is gonna provide you with. That router should have a phone connection on it.
- Find the phone box that the local phone company uses to bring the phone line into your house. Disconnect their wires. That will help you in using the VOIP process through every phone line despite never using the actual phone line.
- Get a dual phone jack. Run a phone cord from the phone jack of the wireless router to either side of the dual phone jack. You should now have a dial tone at every phone jack in your house. and start using it.
With this simple technique you can actually save hundreds of dollars. Isn’t it useful? write to us.