VoIP Gets Wake-up Call

Medford, Cassimir
June 2008
Red Herring;6/27/2008, p3
Trade Publication
The article unveils the plan of T-Mobile USA to launch a $10 per month home phone service across the U.S. The plan is said to have raised shock waves in the Internet voice industry. According to Moe Tanabian, a principal with IBB Consulting, such plan marks voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) as a standalone business. He adds that VoIP is a valuable plug-in service that is why venture capital (VC) investments are being made on such service.


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