Everyone is jumping on the VoIP bandwagon. Even the writers at PCWorld are agreeing, and answering the question: Are we going to need a mobile service plan anymore? With everyone switching to use mobile VoIP instead of their usual call service, people are wondering how much further they can stretch their dollar.
The big question you should be asking yourself is, what exactly do you use your mobile phone for? Sure, it’s a phone, but most of us do much more than just talk on it. It’s because we are doing internet research and using various other applications every day. That’s why we will have to pay for service.
However, there’s still some hope left. If you switch entirely to VoIP, you can get on a cheaper plan. According to PCWorld, you can get on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 14.4 network for $30 a month. With an Android smartphone and the correct apps downloaded, you might just be able to pull it off.
As it turns out, Skype is actually still one of the best deals in the VoIP market, offering a range from $3 a month for unlimited U.S. and Canada calls to $14 international. Of course, the service is not entirely free, but it certainly beats what a lot of plans are charging right now.
In the end, you can expect to pay less and still be able to make quality calls. Although VoIP isn’t free, it does make the future a little bit brighter. Let Capture Technologies help your business make the switch to mobile VoIP with the iFusion and AltiGen. Call us for more information.