Rogers draws up 'lifeline' VoIP plans

April 2004
CED;Apr2004, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p18
Trade Publication
Reports that board of directors of Rogers Cable Inc. has stamped approval on a plan to deploy IP telephony services. Plans of offering a lifeline voice-over Internet Protocol service with backup powering; Service offerings; Capital costs of the deployment.


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