VOIP–a Tower of Babel?

If successful, Pulver’s new push could for the first time connect the few hundred thousand U.S. VOIP subscribers with each other and, as a consequence, generate more VOIP calling. A spike in VOIP use, in turn, could help convince cable companies to go forward with their currently stalled plans to sell VOIP services. While there are about 2.2 million cable subscribers that can make telephone calls, they use a form of circuit-switched telephones, not VOIP.

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