|Hell yes...... hell no, crikey I don't
know! If you've never seen the need to use a phone before then I
guess VoIP won't be any use to you, else 'cors it's worth it.
It's got the potential to save you money even if you
only make local calls, if you're getting charged for it at the moment then
it can save you money. If you make international calls then it can save
It could mean of course that you never get out
the house and converse face to face, free phone calls = limited pub time.
No let's not go there.....
Don't look at VoIP as your landline telephony
replacement just yet though, it's got it's faults, yep it's not perfect.
You generally can't make calls to emergency services for instance, you
need your computer switched on (for most VoIP services) and you're reliant
on your internet connection (cable users are now tutting I can see)
See it as more of a way reducing your current
phone bills and as the technology matures, take the natural progressive
steps away from your landline. There will come a point in time when your
landline could become redundant.