Afraid of VoIP?
Being afraid to switch
is costing you BIG money!
Does the word VoIP frighten You? It sounds too ‘technical’ for most people. Well, you're wrong, and you're fear is costing you BIG money!
I see lots of Rogers home phone bills that typically cost $66.75 per month. With VoIP your monthly phone bill could be as low as $7.87 per month.
|Basic Line + 6||52.71|
|9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee||0.22|
|System Access Fee||5.95|
|Message Relay (TTY)||0.19|
|Total before taxes||59.07|
|VoIP Home Phone Service||0.99|
|Phone Calls [500 minutes]||5.00|
|A wealth of additional features||0.00|
|Total before taxes||7.49|
Note: All calls are 1 cent per minute within Canada and the USA.
That's a savings of $58 per month or $706 per year!
How does YOUR Home Phone Bill compare?
VoIP Telephony includes Caller ID, Voicemail, 3-Way Calling, Call Blocking, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, Caller ID with Name, Last Number Re-dial, Telemarketing Block and Anonymous Call Block plus many more features! With traditional phone service from Bell or Rogers, this could amount to quite a hefty phone bill. With VoIP phone service, these features are included in your service at no extra cost as shown above.
Does your Internet Broadband Service qualify?
My consultation service will help you to successfully transition to VoIP, avoid the pitfalls and enable you to immediately benefit from the significant savings like shown above and fast Payback period for your investment.
David Mozer at 613 828-6611
yes, I'm using VoIP Telephony and have been for 15+ years
e-mail » firstname.lastname@example.org «
Historical Note: As the telegram was replaced by telephony, so too Voice over IP (VoIP) systems are replacing conventional switched wire telephone devices, these systems rely on Internet connectivity for the transmission of voice conversations.