Michael Yunat

Michael Yunat

  • Content Coordinator

Michael Yunat is GetVoIP’s content coordinator, and social media manager, keeping our readers engaged and up to date with our latest posts.

Read some of Michael's latest articles below:

June 24, 2015

6 Reasons Why You Should Never Share Your Earbuds

There are more than a few studies that have proven listening to loud music can lead to permanent hearing loss. Still yet, though, young kids, teenagers, and even adults love blaring their favorite tunes through their earbuds. And while listening to music does come with a slew of benefits -- enhanced mood, relaxation, etc. -- when sharing your earbuds, this can lead to a whole new world of...
May 18, 2015

Would You Pay for Facebook? Users Weigh In

On this episode of Talkin Tech, we asked New Yorkers if they would pay to use Facebook. While the survey size wasn't too big, the findings, which included more than 40 randomly selected active Facebook users, show that respondents had to naturally stop and think about using Facebook if they had to pay as low as $5 a year to use. While some respondents said “hell no”, some said they'd...
April 28, 2015

13 Great Photos That Sum Up Why Businesses NEED VoIP

Over the last few years, as cloud communications have continued to grow at an astounding pace, there have been hundreds of  thousands of words written about the benefits and advantages of switching your company over to VoIP. Here at GetVoIP, we’ve been known to contribute to that word count from time to time! But sometimes pictures can tell the story better than any amount of column inches...
April 22, 2015

Top 50 UC Experts to Follow in 2015

  Unified Communication refers to the consolidation of many communications tools—chat, text, voice and video, and much more—into one platform. Your phone, computer, and even television are now extensions of each other. Your favorite starship captain might have had a name for it, but we call it UC. It's here and it's taking over business. Here are some current forecasts and...
April 16, 2015

Talkin' VoIP Ep 1: We asked New Yorkers What V-O-I-P Means

Episode 1 on Talkin' VoIP we took it to the streets, the streets of New York that is. We asked New Yorkers if they can tell us what V-O-I-P stands for. If they answer correctly, they'll win $1. Let's give away some Washingtons! Have an idea for an upcoming show or would like to be featured? Shoot me an email myunat (at) getvoip.com.
June 24, 2014

ViaTalk vs Vonage Comparison

Vonage was one of the first major VoIP providers, having first introduced their service to the masses in 2004. But since then, other VoIP providers have come along looking to unseat the leader. Vonage faces a crowded market, but definitely has time and name recognition on their side. We're going to take a look at how ViaTalk compares to one of the leaders in VoIP. ...
June 20, 2014

RingCentral vs OneBox Comparison

VoIP has been a game changer when it comes to price. Although every worker has a cell phone these days, using a cell phone for business purposes does make it harder to reach employees that aren't in the office. Fortunately, VoIP providers offer business models that make it easy for a business owners and customers to connect to remote workers as easily as if they were in the same room....
June 02, 2014

Ooma vs VOIPo Comparison

Ooma and VoIPo are two prime examples of the flexibility that residential VoIP offers to consumers. Ooma has always set itself apart from traditional phone providers and other VoIP providers by having the customer pay upfront for the hardware and pay little for the service. If you want, you can get their service for no more cost than the monthly taxes, or you can pay a little extra and get...
May 12, 2014

The 10 Most Reliable VoIP Speed Test Tools

When you trust your communication methods to business VoIP technology, you need to know that you can rely on your connection. The current generation of VoIP software and devices are the most responsive and user-friendly so far, but at the end of the day your call quality depends on the quality and speed of your internet connection. Luckily, with the right tools it’s easy to keep an eye on how...
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