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VoIP Technology Alan 
Posted by: Alan at 9:08 PM EST on 3/2/2005
File Under: Misc Tech

So, Tim told me he was updating this site again, and I couldn't pass up the chance to talk about VoIP and how wonderful it is.

I went thru a company called Packet 8, and for $19.95 per month, I get unlimited calling to the US and Canada.

I had just gotten the new lease for my new rental approved and called Verizon to move my line, and they told me there was a $45 fee to move the line down the street. I decided to look for another option.

I get the full features of the phone, caller ID, call waiting, and all that good stuff, for 1/2 the price of my Verizon landline.

I called a bunch of people tonite. One in a town an hour away, one in Boston. They were all quite impressed with how good it sounded, particularly with me running Azureus in the background, uploading at over 30kbps.

So, I highly recommend VoIP.
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