Fiber-Optic Toll Free Service

As the use of toll free phone service grows at record rates, the popularity of fiber optic toll free service is now far exceeding that of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service.

In fact, recent news reports indicate that many companies are dropping VoIP systems and replacing them with fiber optic service, the most advanced technology available.

Fiber optics used for telecommunications is considered far more reliable than VoIP, particularly for long distance calls, because it allows for longer intervals of signal transmission without interruptions. Fiber optics provides a quality connection that ensures clarity in every call. With this technology, optical fibers are used instead of metal, reducing lost connections from electromagnetic interference.

Fiber optics is also considered more secure. It is difficult, if not impossible, to detect motion through the fibers. This reduces concerns over phone calls being improperly monitored.

Some companies such use exclusively fiber optic technology. Other toll free number service providers still use the less reliable VoIP, which does not provide the consistent connections of fiber optics. In fact, in some circumstances with VoIP, if the power fails, phone calls cannot be transmitted at all.

To avoid gaps in telephone service and to ensure clear connections, experts recommend using fiber optics for secure and reliable phone connections.

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54 Responses

  1. Fiber optics are The best

  2. I didnt know fiber was more secure against wiretaps

  3. i hate VoIP services – I love Fiber

  4. Fiber optics are The best

  5. Fiber phone service is the best

  6. true dat

  7. true dat

  8. good point

  9. good point

  10. good point

  11. good point

  12. I should keep my words soft and sweet in case I have to eat them.

  13. Nice, now we need a toll free number that forwards to other numbers in the US!

  14. Fish and visitors smell in three days.

  15. thanks – good thoughts

  16. Okay, I remember a trick back in high school that someone taught me but I’ve since forgot. They would pick up the phone, dial a number, and hang up the receiver a couple times. Several seconds later, the phone would ring continuously until someone picked it up. But there was no one on the other line. Anyone remember/know how to do that?

  17. Hey, at least you are getting better than normal customer service.

  18. well, since 1960, 800 numbers have been increasing in popularity

  19. Having one child makes you a parent; having two makes you a referee.

  20. i tried to call but accidently hit my head with the phone.

  21. I’m gonna have to say that the WRT54GL is the greatest router ever.

  22. Fish and visitors smell in three days.

  23. So…lets all call the RIAA free 800# and then report minor piracy reports. Like things that can never be proven.

    Example: A friend of mine, I think he might have downloaded a copyrighted song at some point. His name? Tom Smith. I don’t know where he lives or anything. No I don’t know his phone number.

    Imagine them getting 20,000 of those calls.

    OR

    Is this weight watchers? No? Sorry wrong number.

  24. Pressure makes diamonds.

  25. Without a rich heart, wealth is an ugly beggar.

  26. Life is like a dream, sometimes it is good and somtimes it is bad, but in the end it is over.

  27. To be clever enough to get all that money, one must be stupid enough to want it.

  28. Aim Low, Reach Your Goals, Avoid Disappointment.

  29. I no longer have the fear of being alone. It’s cool to find out that you don’t need a boyfriend to be happy.

  30. You just call the number you want to call with the country code. For instance if you wanna call a US toll-free number dial “+1800#######”

  31. He who can, does. He who can’t, teaches.

  32. A lawyer with a briefcase can steal more than a thousand men with guns.

  33. A lawyer with a briefcase can steal more than a thousand men with guns.

  34. My name is Werner Brandes, my voice is my passport. Verify me.

  35. Just keep trying it only took me about 7 tries to get through.

  36. This is great marketing. Can’t wait to see how it turns out.

  37. HELLO – Sprint has starting doing this ages ago!!!!!!!!! With success!

  38. To be clever enough to get all that money, one must be stupid enough to want it.

  39. A conclusion is simply the place where you got tired of thinking.

  40. Toll free numbers have a number of features which make them different from standard 1+ switched numbers. All toll free numbers are registered with the national SMS database. Not to be confused with “Short Message Service” on cell phones, the SMS database keeps track of ownership of a toll free numbers via RespOrg (Responsible Organization), and routing of toll free numbers, including time of day routing, area of service routing, and the ability to route toll free numbers across multiple carriers for rudundantcy purposes. At the carrier level, toll free numbers may be pointed to either a customer’s trunk group or to a POTS number.

    Toll free numbers cannot be slammed, the only way to change carrier on a toll free number is to write a letter of authorization to the RespOrg to release the number back to the national SMS database.

    In short, toll free numbers are industrial strength telecom. They’re not going anywhere until someone can build an infrastructure which offers the same or better guaranteed reliability.

  41. Being cool, is not trying to be cool.

  42. Between thought and expression lies a lifetime.

  43. It’s good to be clever, but not to show it.

  44. If you want truly to understand something, try to change it.

  45. So…lets all call the RIAA free 800# and then report minor piracy reports. Like things that can never be proven.

    Example: A friend of mine, I think he might have downloaded a copyrighted song at some point. His name? Tom Smith. I don’t know where he lives or anything. No I don’t know his phone number.

    Imagine them getting 20,000 of those calls.

    OR

    Is this weight watchers? No? Sorry wrong number.

  46. When people call me I just always try to sound out-of-breath and harassed, but polite. It makes them talk faster.

  47. For those unfortunate times when you forget your cellphone at home and need to call a taxi (Or some other business), you can use Goog411 to make free phone calls from a payphone…

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