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So it looks as though the Teleo purchase is starting to take shape as promised by MS earlier this year. These offerings seem to be focusing on reduced rate PC-to-phone calls, hmmm.. and the consumers are probably asking themsleves "How is this different than the first VoIP wave that happened several years ago?", "Why should I pay more than 1 cent per minute?".
Some of you might rember how the promise of VoIP was going to change our lives, I know because I was one of those advocates. It's kinda weird to see history repeating itself with little more than a half dozen years since the beginning of the last VoIP mini-boom. My next questions is, when are we going to see another DialPad - offering free calls to the PSTN from anywhere to the US? It probably won't be long, nope not long at all.
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For those of you who are unfamiliar, DialPad was the first company to offer free US calling over the Internet from anywhere in the world. The service worked over dialup but as you might imagine the quality was better over... Read More