VOIP termination is the process of re- routing calls from one destination to another. This is a service that is provided in wholesale packages to other providers of the VOIP service, in order to be able to establish, include, or to some greater degree extend the reach of their networks. This is where a call that is instigated as a VOIP call is terminated and the VOIP termination services, which are normally done using the PSTN, can be sold differently. There are a couple of differences between VOIP terminations and a normal or standard VOIP although they are somewhat similar, and it gets a bit hard to differentiate.
VOIP termination and VOIP generally works very fast and are very reliable, but a distinguishing factor is that VOIP termination generates that extra revenue for you at very low or no extra cost at all. This is done expertly in milliseconds and chances of a client being aware of what is happening are next to zero. Both the VOIP termination and VOIP main objective is to have a successful and completed call, but to have an advantage of generating revenue that recurs at great volumes makes VOIP termination just stand out.
In VOIP, one spends most or even all of the time there talking through the phone explaining to clients why phones are not going through or why the audio is of poor quality. The VOIP termination service offers a service that is specifically tailored to meet that target because, having the target in mind, VOIP termination works in such a way that there would be no calls being dropped after every few seconds because of the revenue that is generated.
Calls can be terminated at very low costs because VOIP terminations support nearly all H.323 or SIP gateways through PTSN, which make the VOIP terminations successful, unlike VOIP where termination results are not very good because the chances of the client knowing are very high. With VOIP termination on the PTSN, it also makes calling easier and faster because it translates to less post-dial delays [PDD], great customer satisfaction, and very high answer seizure ratios [ASRs].
The VOIP termination cost is determined by various factors for example the local PTSN fees, VOIP equipment used and if there are any VOIP tariffs that have been imposed on the market. Since VOIP terminations services are becoming major commodities in many markets today, it is imperative to bear in mind that the VOIP termination market can mean to fluctuate but with the VOIP the rewards are just so remarkable.