Yet another proof that VOIP is growing.
Cnet writes Covad–one of the few start-ups to survive the telecom shakeout–on Tuesday said it had begun selling Internet phone service to customers in 42 cities. At first glance the announcement read like another product release, but Covad’s entry into the VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) market underscores the company’s efforts to preserve its future as its present business is threatened by an uncertain regulatory landscape.
Businesses with branch offices, VOIP can save A LOT of money on inter-company calling.
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