Gone are the days when calls
can only be made from telephones. Thanks to the voice over the internet protocol or VOIP convention, the transmission of voice over the internet is now possible. There are several applications available for this process. Google Talk
is a popular option that allows voice calls
from your computer
without any cost. Another freeware is Skype Messenger
through which voice, as well as conference calls
can be made and received on the internet. PC Telephone software
also allows calls
on the internet and to landline phones. The latter service is, however, not free. These kinds of software
are available both for home usage as well for commercial purposes like call centres.
Introduction to VoIP
VoiP provides a way of making phone calls from your computer.
is an online application allowing users to communicate through voice calls as well as instant message receipts. Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is the convention allowing transmission of voice through the internet. Google Talk connects people all around the world and this is a free application.
is freeware allowing users to make and receive voice calls from the internet. Skype also allows you to make conference calls and see the person online through your webcam. Alternatively, you can make phone calls to people on their mobile phones or landline. Being multi-language software, Skype is well known for its high-quality voice calls and for its friendly use.
is a powerful software program designed to make calls via the internet to another computer or even via landlines. Making a call from computer to computer is free and making calls from computer to ordinary phone is cheaper than conventional telephone calls.
You may refer to these websites for more information or application software for making calls throughout your computer device:
Software for a commercial/business purposes
Some software that are commonly used in "Call center
Original article published by philaz
. Translated by deri58
. - Latest update by Jeff