Last year, America Online (AOL) had launched Total Talk, a VoIP service for consumers, hoping to get a piece of what was seen as a really hot market. Well, looks like our good friend, Aswath had discovered that AOL Total Talk is slotted to go off line on November 30, 2006. Aswath wonders if AOL page has been hacked because he could find “some of their other pages like sign-up page seem to be working normally.” He might be right, but of course it could also be yet another another costly and failed experiment? AOLers, if you are reading this, perhaps you can help us clarify the situation!
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