Microsoft and Sprint: Voice over the ‘Net

Voice over the Internet calling will continue to grow as companies start new VOIP services and other companies (like Skype) get bought out. AFP writes Microsoft and telecom group MCI announced a partnership for Internet telephony allowing low-cost global calling around the world.
The companies are the latest to enter the market for calling using personal computers. Those in the market include Skype, recently purchased by eBay, along with Google and Yahoo.

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