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Yahoo Strikes Deal With JaJah

Telecommunications company JaJah has announced that it has been selected by Yahoo as the outsource partner for its premium voice service. Yahoo Messenger's "Phone In" and "Phone Out" service, which started in 2006 and allows... More...

999 comes to VoIP

Ofcom, the UK regulator, has decreed that VoIP services are going to have to connect 999 calls to the emergency services, though not until September 2008. VoIP services have been improving in quality and usability... More...

VoIP Adoption in Contact Centers to Soar

Contact centers will dramatically increase the adoption of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology over the next few years, the Yankee Group projects. This long-awaited development will be driven in some part by related growth... More...

VoIP theft nets $1M, two arrests

A Miami businessman has been accused of breaking into the computers of VoIP service providers and reselling stolen minutes to unsuspecting customers. Edwin Andres Pena allegedly netted over $1m as a result of the scam.... More...

Vonage releases Wi-Fi VOIP phone

After teasing us with pictures andbrief descriptions earlier this year, Vonage has released its Wi-FiVOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) phone. Looking much like a cell phone, theUTStarcom F1000 Wi-Fi phone is a pocket sized VOIP... More...

AOL Readies VOIP Service

America Online has announced it will offer a new Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) service starting October 4, entering a heated race for Internet-based telephone services. The service, called TotalTalk, will enable calls to be... More...

FCC Requirement Could Strand VoIP Customers

On Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission plans to begin enforcing its requirement that Net phone services who connect to the public telephone network--known as "interconnected" services--receive acknowledgment from 100 percent of their customers about 911... More...

Level 3 withdraws VOIP petition before FCC

Level 3 Communications on Monday withdrew a petition before the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that sought to reduce access charges paid to telecommunications carriers when calls originated over VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) end... More...

AOL: You've got VoIP

America Online is expected to launch an Internet-phone service in the United States next month, leapfrogging rivals in a fast-growing market as it seeks to evolve from an also-ran provider of dial-up Internet access to... More...

AT&T Vies for VoIP

AT&T is announcing a number of voice over Internet Protocol initiatives, such as a program to develop common standards for the technology and an expansion of its international VoIP remote worker pilot project. But as... More...

VOIP gets hearty welcome in the UK

The internet based telephone technology, Voice Over IP (VOIP), has received a warm reception from OFCOM, the UK telecoms regulator. OFCOM will be assigning a special area code for VOIP phone numbers (056), allowing people... More...

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