Video Calling: What Has Changed?

video-phoneBy Mariette Johnson Wharton, VP of Marketing

Everything. Video phone calling services are no longer choppy, expensive and awkward. Consider the barriers from earlier video calling attempts: Quality, Cost, and Convenience.

  • Quality
    Today, we don’t have to suffer from slow connection speeds. High-speed broadband connections (e.g., DSL and cable) are ubiquitous in many areas. Vidtel’s service runs over broadband connections, which coupled with higher video phone quality, enables Vidtel’s video phone service to offer clear audio and smooth video. (We also manage the network at the core to ensure quality).
  • Cost
    Video phones have come way down in price and way up in features and functionality. (The Vidtel video phone is $199.95.) Today, you can get video calling, video mail and all the traditional phone services for the same monthly price or less ($29.95) as just your regular telephone service. Or, if you just want video calling, video mail and a la carte calls, it’s only $14.95 a month.
  • Convenience
    We made video calling dead simple. It’s as easy as using a regular telephone. Just plug and play. We use real, 10-digit phone numbers or you can call from a directory in the phone. Compared to the hassle of traveling or using a computer for video chat, you can’t beat Vidtel’s video communications service for convenience.
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