What is VoIP?
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that allows you to make telephone calls using an Internet connection. VoIP = Internet telephony: the transmission of voice over the Internet in place of a conventional telephone line.
The old telephony infrastructure will be gradually decommissioned from 2018. Thanks to TalkTalk Voice (VoIP telephony) you can keep your fixed line number.
We connect many devices (computer, laptop, smartphone, tablet, etc.) to the Internet in order to send e-mails, watch streaming videos, check news or get just have fun. From now on, your home phone will also be online for you to call and receive calls, this is VoIP technology.
What do I need to use TalkTalk Voice?
- A TalkTalk Voice tariff.
- A high speed Internet connection (TalkTalk or other provider).
- A IP Gigaset telephone or an analogue telephone with a FRITZ!Box modem or a Cisco adapter.