Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE)
In today's fast-growing technology market, it makes sense to play off the success of another form of technology. The internet is the best example of this--it is an almost-free virtual world that is easily accessible to anyone that wants it (and that's virtually everyone!). Therefore, using the internet as a backbone for time and cost effective technologies only makes sense. One of these technologies is VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol. In short, VoIP works much like a telephone, but rather than using standard telephone lines and carriers, it uses the internet to relay speech from one person to another. VoIP can be used in several ways, including through an analog telephone operator (ATA), in which you plug a standard phone into your computer, IP phones, in which you attach the phone to your computer via an Ethernet cable, or computer-to-computer, which is the cheapest and most straightforward way to use VoIP services; but you do need to purchase equipment for this method, including software, speakers, and microphones.