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Mike Wendland: Phone Over the Internet is Last Nail in Coffin

Jack Decker (jack-yahoogroups@Withheld)
Fri, 11 Mar 2005 07:58:06 -0500

MIKE WENDLAND: Phone over the Internet is last nail in landline coffin


The most basic way the world communicates -- by telephone -- is
rapidly moving to the Internet.

The technology is called Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP. Just
as cell phones started us down the road of replacing our traditional
landline phones, so VoIP will eventually cut the wired connection.

Oh, there will still be landline phones, just like some people still
have rotary dial phones. But in the next few years, many of us will be
making our calls via the Internet.

This week, America Online, arguably the most influential Internet
service in the world, announced that it will start to bring VoIP
service to its customers within a month.

Full story at:

How to Distribute VoIP Throughout a Home:

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