12 May 2008
Voice Over Internet Protocol or Voip could make life easier for
freelancers and out of office workers as they try to close contracts
and win new business said a council member of the Internet Telephony
Services Providers' Association.
Colin Duffy, who incidentally is the CEO of VoIP provider Voipfone,
said that Small and Medium Businesses can compete on equal footing with
bigger companies by being more flexible through VoIP services and by
offering services such as having voicemals forwarded as sound files to
This means that a salesperson can catch up with a
client or any urgent matter while on the move without having to depend
solely on calls routed through the office.