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CNN International reports that slowly and slowly, VoIP is taking hold in places like Hong Kong and Singapore, as broadband spreads through the region. Now there is nothing new here, except even in that part of the world, people are using VoIP to lower their long […]

CNN International reports that slowly and slowly, VoIP is taking hold in places like Hong Kong and Singapore, as broadband spreads through the region. Now there is nothing new here, except even in that part of the world, people are using VoIP to lower their long distance phone bills. Tan Tong Hai, of Singapore-based company Pacific Supernet, said the company would prefer to be known as a CSP, a communications service provider, rather than an ISP, CNN adds

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