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Had a call from a
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You can recollect
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The devices are
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Hi these are most
commonly used SIP
PBX interops and
their
configuration
guides,
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Has anyone setup a
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 Deck The (Mess) Halls

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December 1, 2003

By Stephanie Dell

Several telecom and equipment manufacturers are donating resources to brighten the holidays for military personnel stationed in Iraq. The project is focused on delivering voice over IP, wireless and satellite communications architecture solely for the purpose of troops contacting friends and family members in the United States.

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 Federal Communications Commission

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The Internet telephony Industry Argued Against Regulation Of Their Nascent Industry As Regulators Convened Monday At A Federal Communications Commission Forum In Washington

December 1, 2003

By Ellen Sheng

NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--The Internet telephony industry argued against regulation of their nascent industry as regulators convened Monday at a Federal Communications Commission forum in Washington.

Though Internet telephony is still emerging - the industry has only 100,000 customers - its growing popularity has drawn the attention of lawmakers worried about losing billions in tax revenue

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 Executives Preach Hands-Off Approach To FCC

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VoIP Providers: Lay Off The Regulation

December 1, 2003

By Grant Gross

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should take a mostly hands-off approach to regulating the VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) industry, so that VoIP can continue to grow and provide consumers with a choice as to which type of telephone service they use, a chorus of vendors told the FCC Monday.


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 Vonage Goes After Low-End Consumer Segment

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December 1, 2003

By Glenn Bischoff

Vonage announced a new basic voice over IP service targeting light phone users and budget consumers.

The service offers 500 minutes of local and domestic long-distance service for $14.99 a month, a price Vonage officials believe will appeal to overall consumer market.

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 Washington State Agency Enters VoIP Dispute

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December 1, 2003

By Linda Haugsted

The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission is the latest state agency to mull whether it can — or should — regulate voice-over-Internet protocol telephony.

The agency will mediate a dispute between the Washington Exchange Carrier Association and LocalDial Corp. of Portland, Ore. WECA collects tariffs from long-distance providers and remits the money to telephone companies which carry the traffic.


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 Vonage Rollouts Demonstrate Voip Can Deploy Rapidly

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December 1, 2003

By Matt Stump

Cable operators looking for a "proof of concept" for voice over Internet Protocol need look no further than Vonage, the upstart VoIP provider that's generated 75,000 VoIP subscribers since its launch in April 2002.

The allure is simple for Vonage's cable and DSL modem subscribers: buy a $34.99 monthly service for unlimited local and long-distance calling anywhere in the United States.

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 Vonage® Introduces Residential Basic Plan

Vonage In Print NewsMindful of Cost Conscious Consumers Vonage Solidifies its Commitment to American Households by Offering the Most Affordable Full-Featured Telephony Service

Edison, NJ, December 1 – Vonage, the leading provider of broadband phone service, today launched its new Residential Basic Plan priced at $14.99 per month, offering 500 minutes of local, toll and long distance calling throughout the United States and Canada.

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 FCC Looks At Phoning On Internet

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FCC Looks At Phoning On Internet

November 30, 2003

By Martha McKay

Making phone calls over the Internet used to be strictly a computer geek activity.

And as such, regulators left it pretty much alone.

But these days, improved quality and cheap rates have pushed this technology closer to the mainstream.

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 Technology Makes Great Gifts For Everyone

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November 30, 2003

By Dan Gillmor

Once upon a time, Thanksgiving meant counting our blessings. Now, Thanksgiving weekend means counting our money -- and then spending it. In that modern spirit, I'm going to note some tech-related items that crossed my path in recent months. Some might make good gifts for family and friends, or (shhhh) even yourself.

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 Internet Phone Call Rules May Change

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FCC's Hearings To Have Huge Implications For Telecommunications

November 28, 2003

By Paul Davidson

Riddle: When is a phone call not a phone call?

Answer: When it travels over the Internet.

That, at least, is what a new crop of voice-over-Internet protocol (VOIP) providers will argue Monday before the Federal Communications Commission at what could be a watershed forum.

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