VoIP stands for “Voice over IP” or “Voice over onlinedissertationservice.com Internet Protocol.” It uses the Internet and data networks to send and receive calls great site and faxes. Because it uses your existing high-speed Internet connection, it offers great savings on long distance and international calls.
Caller-id is an unique number that is provided to you at sign-up.
Yes. Individuals and corporations with moderate to large long distance or international call usage can enjoy significant savings, depending on call volume ������� 20%, 30%, or 50% or more.
The softphone is an application that runs only on Microsoft Windows platform. It is an application (‘.exe’ file) that can be downloaded from World Phone’s site. In order to run it, you will need a headset with a microphone.
No. Using World Phone services, you can connect to parties using any telephone technology.
It depends. If you are using the World Phone softphone, your computer must be running in order to receive calls. If your computer is not on or you are unavailable, the call will be directed to your Voicemail. If you are using a device that works without a computer such as an IP phone or a telephone adapter, calls will be directed to that device; unanswered calls will be directed to your Voicemail.
Yes, your World Phone account provides you with complete portability. You can access World Phone from anywhere in the world using World Phone’s softphone or a phone adapter. To access World Phone’s softphone, simply log into your account and click launch webphone. The softphone automatically installs. To use a phone adapter, just plug it into any high-speed Internet connection and place calls.
The World Phone service routes your incoming and outgoing voice calls right alongside the data being sent to or from your computer. Thus, you can make and receive calls while you use your computer to access the Internet. World Phone uses advanced audio compression techniques to minimize the data traffic caused by voice calls and maximize the bandwidth available for your other Internet traffic.
To get a Public Service Number, go to www.worldphone.in and click on signup service. Select appropriate plan and after completion of signup plan, you will get public number
Your World Phone service number is displayed on your account page. Simply go to the web site and log into your account.
Both DSL and cable modems provide sufficient bandwidth to support the World Phone service.
No, you do not need a static IP address to enjoy the advantages of World Phone service. World Phone service is designed to work in a dynamic address (DHCP) environment, such as that available with most home gateway routers.
No, with World Phone service you can call any phone number that you can call with a traditional phone. Calls to regular phones are charged on a per minute basis while those to other World Phone service users are free.
We bill calls on a per minute basis, rounding up to the next whole minute. There is no minimum call duration. Check our Low Rates here.
Not necessarily. With a telephone adapter you can use many of World Phone services directly. You will need a computer however if you intend to use advanced features and to manage your account.
World Phone supports mostly SIP based IP phones and telephone adaptor
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You’ll find the quality is as good, if not better! Because signals are transmitted and received digitally over the Internet, the quality may very well exceed what you’re currently getting.
Yes, all calls are sent securely through World Phone’s VoIP network.
Yes. You can receive calls only on your softphone World Phone software if it runs on your computer.
You can sign up online at www.worldphone.in.
World Phone accepts payments through account payee cheques, DD annd credit cards
Once you login into the World Phone web site, you are immediatelly served information about your account balance and call activities.
If you have a router with firewall installed to connect to the Internet or if you using the service in a corporate environment, World Phone provides a NAT traversal feature that allows you to use the softphone in such environments.
World Phone is compatible with Internet services such as Dial-up 56Kbits/sec, DSL, or Cable.
Yes, it needs some specific port for calling through internet. Ports are:69(TFTP), 5060-5061(SIP Registration) and 16,000-50,000(RTP). All are UDP ports.
Yes, but all the above given ports should be opened for an IP from which calling is used which is using behind firewall.
The best way to get your question answered or problem solved is to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or dial +91-11-4379 2000. If a phone call is necessary, one of our customer service representatives will contact you.
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