Electric Cooperatives in the US Bringing VoIP to Rural Areas

January 22, 2019 / GuidesFor Team

Nowadays, VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) method of communication is not limited to businesses. VoIP has streamlined most of communication processes that even electrical cooperatives in the US are beginning to adopt VoIP. Compared to traditional telephony, organizations can save as much as 50 to 75 percent switching over to cloud VoIP. In the US, Consolidated Cooperative, an electric cooperative, is set to launch its VoIP services for its residential and commercial members. Consolidated aims to connect 14,000 households within the next few years. This article features how some electric cooperatives bring VoIP to the rural areas of America. -April Toledo

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