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Sandy Wormington, owner of the Kennewick-based Just Roses chain of flower stores, recently signed up for a voice over Internet protocol telephone service in his home. And his business has never been the same since he coughed up $55 installation charge. He pays $20 a month, […]

Sandy Wormington, owner of the Kennewick-based Just Roses chain of flower stores, recently signed up for a voice over Internet protocol telephone service in his home. And his business has never been the same since he coughed up $55 installation charge. He pays $20 a month, and expects to save $100 a month on the long distance calls placed to his Just Roses stores across Washington and Idaho. The article in Tri City Herald is a great round-up of the VoIP sector, and its evolution. It also introduces us to a couple of small players like Cline Communications and Champion Communications, who are taking on the giants in the hinterlands with their VoIP offerings. “I would think anyone with a multiple-location business would be looking at this,” Wormington told Tri-City Herald. More than the loss of consumers, incumbent phone companies should be worried about the loss of TDM voice revenues from these small and medium sized businesses.

  1. Champion Communications going VOIP…………keep your EYES on the BALL of VOIP tip off with LightYearAlliance ALSO rolling out VOIP…………..

    Skibare

    Champion???????? LightYear?????? BOTH using Level3! and BOTH using NETWORK MARKETING like Excel Telecom to go after the CUSTOMERS in the homes!

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