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What is VoIP Termination?
VoIP call termination is used to refer  to the procedures that are used for routing telephone calls from one  provider to the next provider until the call has been routed to the last  telephone company and has been received by the recipient. Voice termination is another term that is used for call termination. The  telephone companies are also referred to as providers or carriers.

Called Party
The  called party is the person who has received the telephone call. The end  point of the route may be on the Internet or may be at a point that was  reached by routing the call through the public switched telephone  network. The procedures for routing the call stop when the call has been  received by the recipient. The process may seem simple to individuals  who do not experience problems with making telephone calls but is not so  simple to individuals who make calls that will not connect such as  calls to a different country.

Calling Party
The calling  party is the person who has initiated the call and who wants to be  connected to the called party. There may be problems with the telephone  calls that begin on the Internet and end at a cellular phone. The sound  of the voices may seem to be amplified with echoes and have a scratchy  quality. The calls that are initiated with Google Voice may never  connect or could be delayed.

VoIP
Voice over Internet  protocol (VoIP) is a term that is used to describe a call that was  initiated on the Internet such as Skype calls or calls made with Google  Voice. The calls that were initiated on the Internet usually end at a  point that is not on the Internet. Most of the recipients of telephone  calls receive the calls with a landline phone or with a cellular phone.  The route may begin on the Internet but will end at a point that was  reached by routing the call from the public switched telephone network  (PSTN), which is the common description for call termination.

Internet Networks
A  tier-one operator is licensed and registered to operate an Internet  protocol (IP) network for Internet telephony services. Tier-one  operators can handle call origination and call termination. A tier-two  operator can lease services from a tier-one operator. The tier-three  operators can lease services from either a tier-one or two-two operator.  There are also resellers of VoIP services and wholesalers in the  market. The quality of the services is not very high because of the  inconsistencies in the market such as fluctuations with demand, fraud  and problems with doing business on an international level.

Call Origination
Call origination  is used to refer to telephone calls that originate from the public  switched telephone network and end the route on the Internet. Call  termination is considered to be the opposite of call origination because  the direction of the paths are reversed. The terms are associated with  the starting point of the calls, path of the route of the calls and  termination point of the calls. The operators of IP telephony services  can handle calls that originate or terminate on the Internet.

Fees
The  fees for services are subject to the regulations of several countries  because the routes of the calls will cross over more than one country.  Those countries can use legislation to control the fees for the  services. Termination rates are usually very high for the countries in  the Middle East and Asia. The rates are intentional high because there  are more incoming calls than outgoing calls from the countries, which is  caused by the diaspora effect of a migrating population.
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