Thursday, 19 November 2015

Make Cheap Calls to India with VoIP Technology

Cheap Calls to India
Cheap Calls to India
The Indian telecom industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, thanks to the ever growing potential in terms of adding new users. For the domestic and foreign players, India remain still most attractive telecom market due to still it is one the lowest penetrated markets. The major sectors of Indian telecom industry are telephony, internet, data centers and broadcasting. Among which telephony, which further categorized into fixed line telephony and mobile telephony and the Internet usage have shown tremendous potential and driving the growth of industry.

During last decade the telecom subscriber base expanded substantially in India. The telephone subscriber base reached 1,000 million in last May, 2015 among which the mobile segment holds more than 95% and rest lies with fixed line connections, making India second-largest telecommunication market and third highest number of internet users in the world.

With the advent of technological revolution, the communication not just within but cross border also become very convenient and cheap, particularly the voice communication. The new breed of telecom companies, using VoIP technology has made possible; very cheap calls to India. Voice over Internet Protocol, termed in short as ‘VoIP' is a group of technologies for delivery of audio and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol networks such as internet. The introduction of mass market VoIP services that utilize existing broadband internet connections was major development in 2004, by which the users can make and receive phone calls in similar manner as they do via public switched telephone network. VoIP is now very well associated with internet telephony, IP telephony and broadband telephony. Now a day, VoIP is available on almost all the Smartphone's, personal computers, and on any device on which Internet access is possible. Calls and Text messages can be sent over 3G/4G or Wi-Fi network.

Article Source: Articlesbase: Indian Telecom Industry VoIP Technology

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