Video Phone : Tomorrow’s Technology Today
Have you heard of the latest technology trend, the “video phone”? It was real hot back in the 60′s where it was showcased during the World’s Fair. But it really hasn’t had much traction since then until recently.
Video Phone Today’s Technology
Today we find video technology imbedded into everything we do. We find video on YouTube and Facebook, on AFV (America’s Favorite Videos) and even on your cell phone. The promise they made in the World’s Fair now has come to to be a reality, we have video phone in our living rooms.
My Video Phone Experience
My own experience includes pairing the video phone with VOIP technology to allow me to replace my landline with a video phone at a very reasonable price point. But that alone does not tell the whole story, you see my wife has family in Venezuela. In the past we would spend between 20 to 50 dollars per week on calling cards to allow my wife to call on a semi regular basis.
She would always limit her time on the phone and at times cut the conversation short due running out of minutes. Well after purchasing two video phones and send ing one down to her mother in Venezuela it changed drastically. She is now able to call as often as she wants and talk for however long she wants. The great thing is that since the video phone work just like a normal phone her mother who is elderly has no problems using it.
A Video Technology that works for All
Since the the video phone technology is based on VOIP all we have to have is an reasonably fast Internet connection for it work. We are not required to have a computer running like some other Internet phones available. This is desirable as you are able to have the video phone working without even having a computer in the home.
It is a powerful advantage that we are able to deploy a standalone video phone without having to learn to use a computer. Elderly and the very young can easily use this solution as well as the computer phobic. We are able to share special moments easily and without having overly complex technology get in the way.
As you see you can too deploy a video phone in you home using a dedicated secure network. You don’t have to worry that someone unwanted will sneak on to your connection unlike using an open network where anyone can connect without you.
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Yours in mastery,
Home Business Development Consultant