VoIP Service in Oklahoma

Residential VoIP Services in Oklahoma

For residential customers, VoIP replaces traditional landlines for high-quality, crystal-clear phone service at a fraction of the cost of standard carriers. As an LTE-enabled fixed wireless solution, VoIP is a viable digital phone alternative for customers who do not have access to a fiber network, one that helps you avoid paying for both a traditional phone line and a broadband connection.

VoIP customers can call anyone who has a telephone number, including local, long-distance, mobile, and international numbers, and you can even place calls on a traditional phone connected to a VoIP adapter.

With VoIP, you can enjoy features that may be unavailable with a traditional phone or only available for an additional fee, like caller ID, call waiting, voicemail hosting, and three-way calling, and you can take complete control over your call blocking settings with customized Nomorobo systems to prevent spam calls. You can also maintain 911 functionality and support with E911 and use our free calling app for mobile phones to give you access to your home phone on the go or use your cell phone as an extension of your service.

Additional advantages of Airosurf’s VoIP for home phone services include:

  • Flexibility in how and where you use your phone connection
  • Included features like conference, call waiting, caller ID, and call forwarding for no extra charge
  • Portability, so you can take it with you if you move and keep your number
  • Lower costs, thanks to pay-as-you-go features and services and no carrier fees
  • Business communication features for your home office, such as call handling, call recording, and diverts

VoIP phone services from Airosurf are available to all customers, including fiber and LTE customers, and can help you save money without the sacrifice. You’ll receive free technical support and unlimited long-distance calling, all under a one-year contract.

VoIP for Business

Whether you’re back in the office or still working remotely, a highly-functioning network for your business isn’t just a luxury anymore—it’s a necessity to support the high-bandwidth, high-demand applications driving today’s operations.

Airosurf’s VoIP phone services for business give you the custom, scalable solution you need to access advanced communication services wherever you and your employees are. With VoIP for business, you can save up to 40% over traditional business phone service providers by eliminating expensive hardware and time-consuming maintenance and upgrades.

With Airosurf’s VoIP for business, you’ll enjoy:

  • Unlimited long-distance calling anywhere in the U.S. and Canada
  • Cloud-based redundancy
  • Top-tier customer service with free 24/7 in-house technical support
  • Advanced enterprise-grade features

Airosurf VoIP provides a unified user interface across multiple devices, so you can work with the same efficiency anywhere and everywhere on nearly any platform. And, you can add new phone numbers and business lines quickly and easily, for perfectly matched phone services that adapt to your needs.

Here’s what else VoIP services from Airosurf can do for your business:

  • Softphone services. Never miss a business call again with softphone services that allow you to receive phone calls directly to your mobile device or computer via desktop and mobile apps. You can also make sure your business number appears on outbound calls made from your computer or mobile device.
  • Voicemail to email. Receive voicemails directly to your inbox as a transcription, a voice attachment playable from any device, or both.
  • Toll-free numbers. Improve your company’s professional appearance and expand the reach of your business with toll-free numbers and a variety of routing options that make you reachable by customers nationwide.
  • Call queues. Increase and improve your call handling capabilities, especially during times of high call volume, with call queues that eliminate the risk of missed customer calls as well as the need for a busy tone. Callers are placed in an ordered queue and can opt for a call back instead of waiting.
  • Auto attendant. Streamline your caller experience and your call handling with a virtual receptionist to route and direct inbound calls to designated employees, extensions, and departments.
  • Conference calling. Save time and resources by conducting meetings, sales, strategy calls, and employee training from anywhere without a third-party conference system. Secure conferences with a password so only invited parties can join, and get everyone on the same page with no limits on time or the number of participants.

Affordable VoIP Services in Oklahoma from Airosurf

VoIP for home or business is just one of the ways Airosurf is optimizing fixed wireless internet opportunities for rural and urban Oklahomans. With low energy requirements, no data limits, reliable service, and easy installation, fixed wireless internet is revolutionizing the way we stay connected. Call or email to find out more about Airosurf’s affordable and accessible high-speed internet and VoIP services in your area.

VoIP FAQs

VoIP stands for “Voice over Internet Protocol,” a technology that enables voice calling services using a broadband Internet connection as opposed to a regular or analog phone line. VoIP converts your voice into a digital signal that can travel over the Internet, so you can call directly from a special VoIP phone, a computer, or a traditional phone connected to a special adapter. If you are calling a traditional phone number, that digital signal is converted into a regular telephone signal before reaching its destination.

In general, VoIP is simply a better option than traditional landlines for most customers. However, there are a few highly unique circumstances in which it may not be ideal.

Because VoIP needs a continuous power and internet connection, it may not be ideal for home or healthcare services where a continuously operating telephone line is essential, or in disaster-prone areas where internet or power outages are likely.

Additionally, customers in areas with sufficient bandwidth are best served by VoIP, since low or inadequate bandwidth can increase the latency (or delay) of signal and reduce the quality of call connection.

VoIP services require an active broadband Internet connection with sufficient bandwidth as well as a continuous power supply. A typical DSL connection of at least 384 kbps is usually adequate to support VoIP.

You will only need to have your computer turned on for a VoIP call if your service requires it. Otherwise, all you need is either a special VoIP phone or a VoIP adapter to connect your phone. This adapter will connect to the internet either through a computer, directly via a router, or both. To make calls from your computer or a mobile device, you will also need your provider’s specific application.

Many full-service VoIP providers like Airosurf will provide you with the server, phone adapter, and any pre-configured devices you will need, and they will perform any necessary adjustments to connect your new service to your home hardware.