Qwest recently announced plans to offer VoIP in Minnesota. Will other RBOCs pursue a similar strategy?

Yedwab, David H.; Spiwak, Lawrence J.
December 2003
America's Network;12/1/2003, Vol. 107 Issue 18, p11
Trade Publication
Share's an author's view on the plans of Qwest to offer voice over Internet telephony (VoIP) in Minnesota. Minnesota Commission's ruling on VoIP; Companies offering the same line of product; Expectation from the telecommunication industry in 2004.


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