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Many businesses and individuals choose VoIP phone service because it is much less expensive than traditional landline phone service. While most VoIP providers do not require specialized phones to be used with their services, there are IP phones that are made to be used specifically for use with VoIP telephone service.
Specialized phones made for VoIP service closely resemble traditional home or office telephones. They typically have a handset as well as the speakerphone function and keypads for entering phone numbers. Most have displays that show caller-ID and voice mail messages. Where they differ from traditional phones is in their hardware. A VoIP phone will have an Ethernet or wireless network that is used to send and receive messages through the data network of the Internet. These phones usually also have PC data jacks in order to allow the computer and phone to share a data connection. And some phones used with VoIP service receive their electrical power from power over Ethernet (PoE) through the Ethernet cable connected to the computer.
There are also wireless IP phones and Wi-Fi enabled PDA's and mobile cellular phones that can connect to VoIP networks to run IP telephony clients. This allows businesses and individuals to use VoIP services without being tied down to a desk. For more information on how to use telephones for VoIP service with your home or business, click on the links on the left.
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