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Unfortunately you tend to get what you pay for... I have Cable and speedtest at 20mbps / 6mbps im running an athalon II black ed 3.1 overclocked and even with my torrent client down it still breaks up my voice..... VOIP SUCKS..............................
If you have a phone that works off a broadband modem, that is a VoIP phone. That will not work with a home phone line. I'm assuming Verizon is your local Telephone carrier that provides your local dial tone. The broadband modem would have the phone number of whatever VoIP phone service you have.
The only thing with this particular phone is that if you have a monthly account (skype pro) and you use your package as your regular phone you need to add every phone number you call to your contact list.
I haven't found a soloution to dial out from the phone using skype with out it being in the contacts list.
Just "VOIP Phone" is not enough information to help you. There are many hundreds of different phones, connections, & setups you could have. What type of phone (make, model number)? Is this a VOIP phone connected through a home network, cable modem etc.. for home use? Is it a single line phone connected to a VOIP box connected to your cable modem? Is it a VOIP phone system connected to regular copper phone lines? Are you using a VOIP phone at home connected to a VOIP phone system at work?