What exactly is VOIP telephony?
Above all - how does it differ from normal, conventional telephony?
How does this work?
VoIP telephony describes telephony over the Internet. This works in a similar way to conventional telephony. The only difference: your phone is now connected to the Internet. From now on, calls will be made digitally via the UGS "network".
At the end of the day, it always means the same thing: speech gets from the caller to the recipient and back again.
Why would you recommend Winet to others?
“I would recommend it, because Winet has accompanied us well from the start. We were a small company and have now grown and grow further. Winet still accompanies us well and if a provider understands that they should also accompany and look after small customers from the start, then the customers also remain loyal."
- Maria Mazza, Newo Trust
Switch to VoIP
The most important factor in VoIP telephony is your Internet connection. Both the bandwidth and the quality of an Internet line are essential for a flawless connection. If either of the two is insufficient, this inevitably leads to poor call quality. In the world of IP telephony, the Internet line is, so to speak, a decisive factor
As you can see, there are many benefits to switching to VoIP. Then why shouldn't you benefit from it too?
Contact us now so that we can advise you without obligation.