Sunday, August 21, 2005

Packet8's Whole House VoIP Telephone

Do you like the idea of using your DSL or Cable Internet broadband service to reduce your monthly telephone bills, but want to have phone extensions in many rooms of your house? Well, now there's a new phone from Packet8 designed to give you the convenience of whole house telephone service along with low rates for local and long distance phone service. I'm going to tell you all about it and how you can get free activation on your Packet8 broadband phone service, but only for a limited time.

The Uniden UIP1868P Whole House VoIP telephone is residential VoIP phone service without the technical hassle. It looks and works just like the popular cordless phone systems you see in all the electronic retailers. The main unit is an attractive desk phone with a keypad and handset. it has a speakerphone built-in for hands free conversations and a Caller ID display. But don't let looks fool you. This is no ordinary telephone. It's the latest technology developed specifically for VoIP telephone service.

Built-into the Uniden Whole House VoIP telephone is an ATA (Analog Telephone Adaptor), also known as a broadband phone adaptor. That means you don't need a separate adaptor to connect to your broadband phone service. In fact, you don't even need a router. That's right. This phone has a router built-in. Not just any old Ethernet router, either. This router is designed to prioritize the packets associated with your phone calls, so that computers on your network won't cause interruptions in your conversations. The phone's WAN (Wide Area Network) connection hooks to your broadband modem. Your computer plugs into the LAN (Local Area Network) connection. You don't even need a separate router to share your broadband connection between telephone and computer.

Well, that sure makes it easy for a non-technical person to switch to VoIP phone service, but what about extension phones for the other rooms? Glad you asked. This telephone base station supports up to 10 wireless extensions. Forget that old fashioned wiring. You don't need it. One wireless extension comes with your Whole House VoIP telephone. You can order more in a variety of styles. You may not need as many extensions as before because these are wireless. You can walk around and keep talking. The extensions can even talk to each other in an intercom fashion. Or have a 4 way conference among the base station, two extensions and an outside caller.

Order your Uniden Whole House VoIP system with Packet8 Internet phone service for a special deal right now. It's a $159 value, But after the $110 instant rebate you only have to pay $49 to get the advanced telephone base station and one wireless extension. U.S. Residents get unlimited residential calling to the lower 48 U.S. states, Alaska, Hawaii and Canada for just $19.95 a month with the Freedom Unlimited plan. That's correct. Unlimited local and long distance calls for probably less than you pay for local service now. Other plans are available for users who live outside of the United States.

Your Packet8 Internet phone service comes with a huge assortment of extras, including Caller ID, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, 3-Way Conferencing, personalized voicemail, anonymous call blocking and more. Most phone companies charge extra for these features. You get them at no extra cost with your $19.95 a month Freedom Unlimited service.

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