Voice over IP (VoIP), or IP telephony, has been widely available since the early 1990s, when the concept of transmitting voice as data packets across the internet became a reality. Early VoIP systems suffered from packet loss and jitter, resulting in conversations that sounded as though the caller was speaking through a moving fan—if the call wasn’t dropped altogether, of course.
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