Here comes that cable, phone and internet bill again. Another month of seeing a mix of numbers and names adding up to charges that make no sense. It’s confusing. It’s messy. It’s aggravating.You talk to your neighbor, and she seems to be paying a lot less than you are.
The phone rings. You’ve been waiting to hear back from your doctor’s office, so you pick it up right away and say hello. After a short period of silence, a recording congratulates you on winning a cruise. Unfortunately, it’s just a robocall scam—so you won’t be packing your bags
Our lives have felt not our own lately. We have changed just about everything we do and the way we do it. The old ways we had to stay focused, motivated, comfortable and even relaxed just might not be working anymore. So where do we go?We’ve put together some
Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP for short, is a simple idea with a complicated name: A VoIP phone functions just like any other, but instead of transmitting your voice over copper telephone wires, it uses the internet.How does VoIP work?For users, VoIP phones function just like traditional phones.
We get it — you’re in doubt. There’s more to your landline than you think, so before you decide whether or not you need a landline, let's look at what they do and why they're still around