Sunday, December 31, 2006

Improving VoIP QoS

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

QoS stands for “Quality of Service”. Though the quality of your VoIP connection hugely depends on your VoIP service provider, but there are certain aspects that you may need to upgrade yourself to make voice sound clear and eliminate blutters and delays.

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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Hidden Charges in VoIP Services – Are There Any?

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

Many articles about calling cards assume some service providers imply hidden charges that any inexperienced user will not notice. For example, this can be a connection fee, an everyday service fee etc. Are there any in VoIP?

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Calling Card Can Be a Superb Gift

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

Ever thought of giving a long distance international calling card as a gift? No? Don’t think it is stupid to present gifts like this, as the calling cards industry is now able to offer nice solutions in this segment.

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Best Before?

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

We are not going to talk about mill, salmon, beacon or something like that. Funny as it is, but calling cards can also be evaluated by their “best before” features.

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When You are Far From Home…

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

When you are far from home, calling cards may help. Not only you save a considerable amount of money -  you are always able to make a call, no matter where you are.

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Monday, June 26, 2006

What You Should Be Aware Of When Choosing Calling Cards

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

Calling cards is a very comfortable and rewarding way to save money on international and local calls. Regrettably, many calling cards do have some hidden fees that actually reduce the number of minutes available and you pay more than expected.

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How To Choose a VoIP Provider

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

There are actually two types of VoIP providers – those who offer their services for free and those who charge a monthly fee or need you to pay on the pay-per-call basis. What provider to choose depends on your calling needs.

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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Buying a Calling Card You Need

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

Calling cards are heavily advertised through the Internet and various magazines. This makes the decision of the best calling card a bit blurry. In this essay will try to tell you a bit about various types of calling cards so that you will be able to judge what you really need.

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Sunday, June 18, 2006

Calling Cards – Choose Carefully

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

Calling cards business is now a real boom. They are sold almost everywhere: in huge shopping malls, small groceries, newspaper stands, coffee shops, outdoor vending machines etc. However, what offers the widest spectrum of calling cards is still the Internet. Thousands of websites sell calling cards. Not quite sure? Check Yahoo! or Google to get the proof. And this puts us in front of a difficult choice to make…

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Friday, June 16, 2006

VoIP, SIP, PSTN… fuzzy? Ok, Look Here!

Author: Calling Card expert
Category: Tips

When talking about VoIP, quite a jargon is used often and for those who are far from being technical geeks, this imposes certain difficulties to understand what the buzz is about. That is why we’ve decided to provide you with this brief overview of the terminology you may come across when reading about VoIP.

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