The Truth about VoIP China Internet Mobile
This piece will deal about VoIP in Asia more particularly with
China, but before all that, let us go first to the start of VoIP
business that made its first appearance in Northern America.
you still do have an idea if what is VoIP, it means Voice over Internet
Protocol which simply means that it carries its voice signal communication
through the facilities of the Internet. This new kind of communication
started in North America and in other parts of Europe.
The roll-off of this new kind of communication became a hit that
soon, the name VoIP was already being recognized by many to become
the communication of the today and even into the future. With the
establishment of a super fast connectivity via the broadband internet,
many countries soon opened to VoIP as a new provider of instant
audio and visual communication which until today, the standard long
distance companies has failed to give.
The huge advantage of VoIP over the regular long distance telephone
company is in terms of cost, service quality, and advance feature
such as the audio and video conferencing capability. It has been
noted particularly in North America, that the cost being charged
by the VoIP providers to their client which is a flat rate of only
several dollars are hugely disproportionate to the very high quality
of services that they give to their customers. Upon comparison with
what the standard long distance companies are charging their client
for their poor quality of service based on a per minute call, the
difference were so gigantic that a north American remarked that
VoIP is the saving grace of businessman in the near recession plagued
Not only in America That VoIP is now making its name. They are
now making so many converts among businessmen and even private individuals
in Europe particularly in Britain, France, Germany, Italy and even
in Switzerland. VoIP has captured the rasnks of most busdinessmen
and individuals more particularly now, when it started offering
their VoIP phones, where you can have video and audio converence
with anyone across the world while your are skiing on the alps or
mountaineering somewhere in the Himalayas. These kind of mobility
beibng offered now by VoIP is unmatched by any kind of communication
services in the world. The thing however, is this. If they are unmatched
by anybody in the world, then why offer such a low low price for
the service? The answer lies in the fact that that the Internet
is owned by nobody. Yes, Pedro! Don’t you know? Nobody owns
the internet. This is the primary reason why VoIP providers can
give out such incredulously low price as compared to standard long
distance companies per minute calls.
And now, VoIP is beginning to have inroads in Asia, particularly
in the huge market that is China. In china, land lines and mobile
phones are on the rise. It is expected that by 2010, mobile phone
users in china will top the 400 million mark while landlines will
reach the 1 billion user with internet users now at a faster rising
clip of 200 million, even when it was lately introduced to the market.
With the VoIP having gained some inroads to some segments of the
China market with such an amazing and promising results, many analyst
now believes that the VoIP will alter the telephone market both
landline and mobile of the standard telephone companies.
Many skeptics to these assumption that was made just recently as
last year, now seemed to agree that indeed, VoIP can eat a big chunk
of the China markets from the standard telephone companies operating
in China. This has actually made several big telephone companies
to reassess their marketing strategy and some are rethinking their
position with regards to this new challenge to their kind of industry.
Even the government is eyeing VoIP with interest as this new type
of communication has the potential of bringing business in China
to greater heights.
Since the qualities and the affordability of a VoIP fixed connection
and VoIP mobile is fast becoming a wildfire news to the Chinese,
pundits are now skeptically reassessing the future of the ordinary
fixed telephone lines and ordinary mobile phones. They have now
reversed their forecast for the future of the ordinary telephone
and mobile communication to one that will be heavily affected by
the sudden and strong growth of the new player in the communication
industry of China which is the VoIP.
If you live in china and happen to read this story, better have
your VoIP installed now to avail of this very good quality of communication
service at a very low price, or even without cost to you if you
communicate with somebody with the same VoIP provider.