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The New York Times is tackling VoIP one more time. This is an interesting round up of the VoIP business as it is today. bq. Charles Davidson, a a member of the Florida Public Service Commission, he is a regulator who is eager to see Internet […]

The New York Times is tackling VoIP one more time. This is an interesting round up of the VoIP business as it is today.

bq. Charles Davidson, a a member of the Florida Public Service Commission, he is a regulator who is eager to see Internet telephone service spread because he predicts it can make the nation’s phone services less expensive and richer in feature.

One thing which was interesting to note that despite all the talk, Jeff Pulver admits that most of the VoIP cost savings are, “a substantial amount of cost savings comes from avoiding the taxes, surcharges and access fees used to support the traditional phone network.”

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