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Anders.com: “The VoIP market is all about features and handy integration rather than how much it’s going to cost to call someone. It’s like the New York City Subway, you pay your ticket into the system and go as far as you like. Cleaner cars and […]

Anders.com: “The VoIP market is all about features and handy integration rather than how much it’s going to cost to call someone. It’s like the New York City Subway, you pay your ticket into the system and go as far as you like. Cleaner cars and better seats make the differience, not the fact that you can go to The Bronx or Brooklyn from Manhattan. “

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  1. When will VoIP have “cleaner cars and better seats”? Do we even need them from the subway system? Shouldn’t the end users bring their own? Probably I am one of the ones who don’t get it.

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