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 VoIP Offer Up To 10 Phone Numbers

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VoIP Customers Offered Up To 10 Phone Numbers

September 17, 2004

By Jon Van

If you think remembering your work, home and cell-phone numbers can be tricky, try recalling as many as 10 new numbers.

And not from one city's various area codes, either. You can have one for New York City's 212 area code and another from San Francisco's 415. How about a number for Mexico City, too?

Yesterday, AT&T Corp. rolled out a new product called Simple Reach to provide as many as 10 different phone numbers — each from a different city — to customers using its ''voice-over-Internet protocol'' phone service. And all of those numbers can be answered from one customer's phone.

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 Waking Up To VoIP's Potential

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Internet Phone Innovators Expect Static
Giants That Control Broadband Lines Waking Up To VoIP's Potential


September 18, 2004

By Vikas Bajaj

Some upstarts are once again tweaking the nation's local-phone and cable companies using the behemoths' own lines. And if history is any indication, the grumbling giants are going to get even.

A raft of companies is trying to provide an alternative phone service to American consumers using the much-heralded voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP, technology. They are attracting attention and praise by luring away thousands of users with cut-rate long-distance and innovative features.

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 FCC: Telecom Or Information Service?

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Net Calls Put Regulators In A Quandary
FCC Considers Whether They Are Telecom Or Information Service


September 19, 2004

By Joelle Tessler

Internet phone calls could be the biggest thing to hit telecommunications since Congress began deregulating the industry in 1996.

Rock-bottom prices and features such as the ability to check voicemail online and make local phone calls from anywhere in the country promise to draw millions of callers onto the Internet. But one big question mark is hanging over this booming market: how to regulate it.

Should Internet phone ventures, like traditional phone companies, be forced to offer 911 service and accommodations for the disabled? Should they be required to build wiretapping capabilities into their networks? What taxes and consumer protections should apply?

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 Customers Seek Cheaper Rates

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A Call To Change
Internet Revolution Reaches The Telephone Business As Customers Seek Cheaper Rates, More Features


September 19, 2004

By Suzanne King

You may have seen some of the $25 million ad campaign AT&T Corp. rolled out during the Olympic Games.

There was the ad about the mother whose smart little girl sets up a conference call with her friends and in minutes organizes a street hockey game, the one about the father who waits for the baby sitter to call his home telephone while he and his family run errands all over town, and the one about the man who sleeps peacefully while his telephone system blocks early morning calls from his mother-in-law in Ireland.

If you were wondering what all this fuss was about, the answer lies in the Internet.

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 VoIP - New Way For Calling

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VoIP Now Becomes New Way For Calling

September 19, 2004

By Chris Dumond

CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati resident Patricia Jackson has never been afraid of technology.

Jackson is one of the first to take advantage of Time Warner Cable's new venture into Voice over Internet Provider (VoIP) telephone service here and she says it works great.

"The price is right and I haven't noticed any difference in the sound," she said.

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 Internet Calling

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Smaller Line Providers Tap Into Same Sources

September 19, 2004

By Beatrice E. Garcia

Escalating phone bills take a chunk out of most consumers' monthly income, but careful shopping can yield some savings.

Rich Sayers, editor and founder of 10-10Phones

Rates.com and www.phone-bill-alert.com, two websites that track long-distance billing, suggests consumers sign up with one of the smaller, discount long-distance companies, which generally offer much lower per-minute charges.

Often, these companies are reselling services they buy on a wholesale basis from AT&T, MCI or Sprint.

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 VoIP Convergence

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Equipment Resellers

September 20, 2004

By Erika D. Smith

Convergence

It's the latest buzz word in almost every industry.

It sounds good. (Using words with three or more syllables can make people seem intelligent.) It feels good to say. (``We're a company that's moving toward convergence'' -- kind of like, ``We're a solutions-oriented business.'' Pun intended.)

But in truth, few employers actually know what convergence means, what its benefits are or what it takes to achieve it. Adopting Internet telephone service may be the first step to figuring that out.

In the simplest terms, voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is an alternative to conventional phone service. It works by turning voice calls into data packets and sending them over the Web. When the packets approach their destination, they are reassembled and delivered in the form of a traditional call.

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 Voice Via Web

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No Need For Dickensian Approach To Voice-Via-Web

September 20, 2004

By Michael Geist

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." Although Dickens wrote his oft-quoted novel, A Tale Of Two Cities, in the 19th century, his words resonate with prescient timeliness today. Consider the story of a technology that allows customers to by-pass traditional distribution channels with unlimited, low cost communication.

While many recognized the enormous power and potential of the Internet when it first burst onto the public's radar screen in the mid-1990s, it has been the emergence of peer-to-peer technologies that have proven particularly disruptive.

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 VoIP Goes Big

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VoIP Goes Big Business

September 20, 2004

By Staff

A growing portion of international business calling traffic is being carried over IP.

At the end of 2003 only 2.5% of business lines were operating over IP, which is approximately 10 million lines. But according to new data from IDATE, by 2009 corporate voice over IP and telephony over IP (VoIP and ToIP) will account for 40% of business telephone lines, or 180 million lines. That will mean close to one-third of classic analog and ISDN lines will disappear.

IDATE predicts that IP business calls will exceed 50% of all business traffic by 2010.


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 Mexico City virtual numbers

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Industry Notes

September 20, 2004

By Staff

Vonage said it now offers Mexico City virtual numbers to U.S. and Canadian customers for 4.99 per month. It said such numbers "make it less expensive for friends, relatives and business professionals residing and working in Mexico... to make calls to the U.S. and Canada."

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