Residential VoIP

Residential VoIP is Internet home phone service for the home. It allows callers to use the Internet to make phone calls, which can save hundreds of dollars per year.

Internet home phone service is much cheaper than the landline service provided by a traditional phone company and often includes unlimited nationwide calling and cheap international calling. Digital calling also means more free features like telemarketer blocking, call forwarding, and voicemail-to-email.

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ITP - Premium Unlimited

2 months free. Unlimited calls. Interested?
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Phone Power - Premium Unlimited - $8.33/mo

Free 60 minutes global calls. Free line. Unlimited domestic calls.
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VoIPo - $149 for 2 years of phone service
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VoIPo Home

2 years for $129. $6.21/month.
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$6.25/month Home Phone Service

Unlimited USA & Canada calling
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Why to Choose Residential Voice Over Landline Phone Service

Residential VoIP is different from traditional landline phone service in three main ways:

  • Residential VoIP is cheaper than a landline
  • Residential VoIP uses an Internet connection directly
  • Residential VoIP comes with many added free features

Residential VoIP uses the most modern technology for home phone service for maximum efficiency and lower costs. Instead of using an old, expensive copper wire network, it uses Internet networks to route calls. For this reason, nost residential VoIP providers don’t charge long distance fees nor roaming fees.

In terms of cost comparisons for home phone service, VoIP costs between $7 and $10 a month while a landline costs between $20 and $40 a month. That means hundreds of dollars in savings each year.

Residential VoIP providers also offer many helpful features that traditional providers do not, including mobile VoIP. Many VoIP service providers offer mobile VoIP apps for smartphones, tablets, and laptops. This is a great way to save money on your cellphone bill in addition to your home phone bill.