Charter To Offer VoIP Services

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Charter To Offer VoIP Services

Add cable player Charter Communications' name to the growing list of VoIP service providers.

Charter Communications Inc. is the latest cable operator to announce Internet telephone service, entering the market by way of agreements with Sprint, Level 3,and Accenture.

Currently the nation's third-largest broadband service provider, Charter plans to have more than a million telephone customers by year's end.

Level 3 and Sprint were tapped to provide long-distance and local telephone service; Accenture will provide telephony provisioning services.

"These agreements enable Charter to significantly increase telephony deployments in each of our Divisions during 2005," said Tom Cullen, Charter Executive Vice President of Advanced Services and Business Development.

It's a new world people. Every day brings more proof.

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Charter should be embarrassed to announce that they are entering the VOIP market when their tech support have openly admitted that it is not any of their concern that their end users who are attempting to use VOIP today are having over 48% of their packets dropped! Maybe it's a ploy to get us to sign over to Charter's new VOIP! Hope not, cause it's not going to work with me.

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