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VoIP Arbitrage is Alive and Well

September 25, 2006

While profitable domestic U.S. arbitrage scenarios are hard to come by today, with all the cutthroat competition for transport and termination and resulting price pressure, the International marketplace still holds a number of intriging opportunities.

George Dinsdale,  a VoIP industry vet and principal at IGP (Internet Global Phone), a small but fast-growing ITSP that sells minutes between the US and a number of international POPs (including the Phillipines and South America), recently told me about how IGP is completing local Brazilian calls by routing them through New York. He said it's simply cheaper to do it that way!

Indeed, there are many other scenarios -- and I've love to hear from anyone who has an interesting "arbitrage anecdote" to share!

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