T-Mobile is looking at getting into the VoIP business. I guess they want to hasten the telco demise.
T-Mobile this morning started a VoIP service test trial in Dallas and Seattle, promising its cellular subscribers VoIP landline service for only $10 per month. T-Mobile's pricing for what it has dubbed "Talk Forever Home Phone," to which users need add only $50 for a VoIP router is, in a word: Disruptive. The $10 covers unlimited local and long distance within the United States. .... The HotSpot@Home service requires use of a dual-mode WiFi/GSM phone, whereas the new service uses existing home phones. [telecomweb]
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