A non-fixed VoIP phone line isn’t associated with a physical address.
These free-floating accounts can be used by residential and business users.
However, it’s less common to see these services used as a replacement for traditional phone service.
What is a non fixed VoIP phone number?
VoIP accounts with non-fixed numbers can be created with an address where the account creator doesn’t live or have an office. These types of numbers are also known as “virtual phone numbers” and are commonly issued by free services such as Skype and Google Voice.
Can you trace a non fixed VoIP number?
Non-fixed VoIP numbers can sometimes be traced, although not perfectly so. This is because VoIP numbers can be assigned with any area code and without consideration for where a business or user is working or living.
What is a VoIP phone number used for?
Phone Numbers and VoIP Origination
In IP communications, the number is just an identifier for making calls on the network. One number can be attached to multiple devices, and a user can make and receive calls from the same VoIP number using their smartphone, desk phone or any other internet-capable device.
What does a fixed VoIP mean?
A fixed VoIP phone number is linked to a physical address and is only accessible to an individual within the country of the VoIP provider. Known VoIP providers offering fixed phone numbers are BroadVoice, Vonage and Cox Communications. The phone number is “fixed” to a specific location.