said by Monos :What are you talking about
...when the power goes out Voip does not work for more than 20 minutes, if you are lucky.
--VoIP on a desktop powered by UPS? I don't think lucky
applies to any part of that.You realise that
cell phones carry their own UPS--and operate on expressly designed voice-over-GSM/CDMA networks--right?Not to mention
the ease with which you can access VoIP services over LTE- or 3G networks....Most cell towers
--but not all--have backup battery power. Last year, the FCC looked into requiring carriers to harden emergency power at all cell sites--but was sued by the CTIA
and lost.Hurricane Sandy
made the FCC's point pretty firmly.