Whenever you're interested in getting the change over to VoIP (voice over internet protocol) or a broadband telephone company I recommend you to try Verizon’s VoiceWing service. I've been using the service for about six months now and wouldn't return to traditional phone services.
The service is easy to establish and works with whatever telephone set you wish to use. The only equipment called for is a router and a telephone adapter. Verizon offers the telephone adapter which allows you to attach your telephone to your router. When the telephone and adapter are plugged in you ought are able to make calls across the web.
In addition to costing less than traditional telephone service* the VoiceWing service also allows other features. A few of these features are Internet access to the telephone directory, calling lists and voicemail - there's also a do not disturb feature that routes all calls immediately to voicemail. You are able to also synchronize your VoiceWing telephone book on your address book in Outlook. Traditional telephone features include such as caller ID and call waiting.
Because the majority of my calls have been clear and I have not had a lot of troubles. From time to time I might have a dropped call or an echo but it comes about so seldom that its not a pain in the neck.