CableVision’s VoIP #2

Andy at VoIP Watch notes the rise of Cablevision in VOIP, but with a distinction in service I am not sure most people will actually care too much about. Geographic portability tends to be more extreme use of the service rather than just saving money…

Cablevision’s Optimum Voice VoIP service is now at 250,000 subscribers, making them clearly the number two to Vonage and the runaway leader within the MSO’s when it comes to telephony services that are SIP based.

But unlike CallVantage, VoicePulse, Vonage, Packet8, Broadvoice or any of the other telephone adapter driven competitors, you can’t go to another broadband enabled location and take your VoIP with you.VoIP Watch

2 comments for “CableVision’s VoIP #2

  1. Peter Fauci
    7/9/2006 at 8:41 pm

    Gentlemen:

    Upon reviewing your information on the internet, I became interested in offering you termination service in Brazil. Please advise if you are interested in a partnership opportunity and who we should contact within your company..

    Best regards,

    Peter Fauci
    Managing Director

    BMS GLOBAL CORPORATION
    http://www.bmsglobalcorp.com

    Brazil Phone: 5521-9831-4880

  2. 9/5/2006 at 8:17 am

    Gentlemen:

    BMS is proud to announce that it provides state of the art network infrastructure for millions and millions of A-Z minutes per day of cost effective premium quality VoIP communication service. For more information please contact your local sales representative or visit our website.

    Best regards,

    Peter Fauci
    Managing Director

    BMS GLOBAL CORPORATION
    http://www.bmsglobalcorp.com

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