Summary:

These days, the international telecoms game seems a virtual cottage industry. According to Chris Edgecomb, CEO of California-based wholesaler Sirius Telecom, it now costs only $10,000 to set yourself up as a global carrier. The reward is your share of minutes that now terminate for as […]

These days, the international telecoms game seems a virtual cottage industry. According to Chris Edgecomb, CEO of California-based wholesaler Sirius Telecom, it now costs only $10,000 to set yourself up as a global carrier. The reward is your share of minutes that now terminate for as low as 0.01c per minute, he says.

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