Anyone using a VoIP (Voice over IP) company?

NOYDB

Senior Member
VOIP is over different wires than Ma Bell used. Heck some of it don't even use wires a-tall.
So they had to rewire entire cities in order to go active. All those invisible wires to run must have been a major project.
 

NOYDB

Senior Member
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol.
 

JustUs4All

Sweeper Upper Mod
Really? I thought it stood for Voices of Independent Prosacersons. You sure?

You also know that this thread is going on 15 years old and that a lot of copper has been changed out for that fibous stuff since then. And a significant portion of the traffic on VOIP goes wirelessly at some point in the transmission. And - yes, yes they have rewired entire cities and counties and some countries in the last 15 years. VOIP don't go over the Ma Bell lines so much any more like mine and many others did 14-1/2 years ago but you knew that, didn't you.
 

NOYDB

Senior Member
Yeah, I saw when it was started. Doesn't change the facts on the ground. Replacing old wiring laid last century is not the same as wiring in a new network.
 
All wireless providers should have the ability to provide their customers with a micro cell. Unless its a clec like straight talk, cricket etc...
That's an ATT solution, needs ATT phones, any thing else like it (non-ATT) ???
 

NOYDB

Senior Member

dwhee87

Senior Member
The horse knows the way home no matter how much he's had.
My grandad was a country doc in Lebanon kentucky. Made rounds in his horse and buggy. After the last stop, he'd nap all the way home. Horse knew the way.
 
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