By : Mark Bell -
Looking for a VoIP RFP or a Voice over Internet Protocol – Request for Proposal? VoIP systems usually interface with the traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN) to allow for transparent phone communications worldwide.
VoIP can be a benefit for reducing communication and infrastructure costs by routing phone calls over existing data networks and avoiding duplicate network systems. Skype is an example of a notable service provider having achieved widespread user and customer acceptance in this industry.
Benefits of Using VoIP
VoIP technology uses the Internet’s packet-switching capabilities to provide phone service. Packet switching allows several telephone calls to occupy the amount of space occupied by only one in a circuit-switched network. With VoIP, a 10 minute phone call may only occupy 3.5 minutes of transmission time at a lower cost of 64 Kbps or about half that of conventional systems and this does not factor in data compression which further reduces usage or size of each call.
RFQPro has a RFP template which may help with your VOIP proposal. For a few sample pages of the content in this RFP please click here>>> Preview Telecom VoIP RFP
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