I do not know much of anyone who is completely happy with there phone service provider. On the scale of things phone service providers are about as well liked as Congress. The reasons are simple. Hidden fees seem to be all over our phone bills. Rates seem to be on an ever increasing trajectory. To match all of that the service is often the pits. It is really quite difficult to understand why all of this happens. Why can these companies not simply provide their service at the same price consistently? Luckily if you make the move to an internet phone service you are likely to find yourself paying less and feeling a lot more satisfied about what you are paying for every month.
You may be surprised to find that in 2011 technology has come so far that we may soon be able to rid ourselves of the phone companies. Already telephone polls are essentially useless as more and more communication is facilitated by satellites. Getting a local phone call does not even mean the same thing it once did with folks running around on cellphones everywhere that phone number may suggest it is in your area code but that person could be many miles away. This climate of constant change in the telecommunications game means that in order to stay competitive the big phone companies should be dropping rates and making people want to hold on to their landlines. Yet the numbers do not seem to match up. In fact when you consider how much cheaper an internet phone is you will be positively gobsmacked by how much cheaper they are.
At this point the amount of people locked into a broadband phone service are not nearly enough to make the big phone companies feel the heat and yet to ignore the clearly growing trend will likely be their death knell. There is nothing that those brands can provide that the good people working in the VoIP business can not. There service is consistent, clear and inexpensive basically the only thing anyone would ever bother asking a phone company for.
Changing your phone to an internet phone may seem like a hassle but it is fairly simple. Add to that the sense of relief in not forking over a big pile of cash to the providers of a fairly basic service. The future is here for phones and it is internet phone calls.