(PRWEB) March 4, 2006
The world of VoIP is currently at somewhat of a tipping point. The increasing reliability, efficacy and money-saving of VoIP service providers are becoming plain to an ever expanding group of people not least the good people at Tesco's who are seeking to capitalise on this awareness by launching their own VoIP service.
With increased functionality and telephony replacement features being offered by more and more service providers abandoning one's existing landline for a cost efficient VoIP service is becoming increasingly attractive not just to technology savvy experts but also to the average man in the street.
When considering whether to switch to VoIP many people instantly come across a stumbling block when they are confronted with the sheer volume of VoIP hardware on the market. Headsets, microphones, USB phones, IP phones and VoIP routers all compete for their attention and their hard earned cash.
It can often be bewildering as to not only which usbphones headsets or routers work with which service providers but also whether a USB phone, headset or router is the best choice for a particular user's situation. This problem is only exacerbated when that user has limited technical experience or interest and simply wishes to use VoIP to save money on phone calls.
For example, cheap and user-friendly USB phones are often the most obvious purchase for a new user but they require proximity to an operational P.C. that is not necessary if the user opts for one of a range of seemingly more complicated VoIP routers.
Following up on its service provider comparison http://www.i-voip.co.uk is now happy to present its new jargon-free VoIP hardware review, packed with enough information to help the average man cut through the dense jungle of the VoIP hardware market and choose the right piece of VoIP hardware for his own particular VoIP situation.