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Internet phone

(1) See IP phone, VoIP and softphone.

(2) (Internet Phone) The first VoIP telephone service in the U.S., introduced in early 1995 by VocalTec Communications Ltd., Fort Lee, NJ (www.vocaltec.com). Using a Windows softphone, calls could also be made to a regular phone. The company later evolved into providing VoIP infrastructure systems for carriers. See VoIP and softphone.
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Created with telecommuters in mind, ITP VoIP's internet phone service makes it possible for businesses to save money on office space and travel expenses by allowing a greater number of employees to work from home.
4 yen for every three minutes for calls to fixed-line phones -- around the same level as the fees charged by other fiber-optic Internet phone service providers, they said.
Clearwire customers in Abilene, Amarillo, Lubbock, Midland-Odessa, Waco and Wichita Falls can now subscribe to the Clearwire Internet Phone Service.
The main battleground is in the Internet phone space.
The agency has been tracking all kinds of Internet fraud of late, but the use of Internet phone systems was new.
The company claimed that its Internet phone service will focus around value and simplicity and said it expects consumer adoption of Internet calling to increase following the introduction of its service.
First, with Internet phone, you can make long-distance calls--both state-to-state and international--for free or save more than 80 percent on your traditional phone bill.
With a BT Cellnet Mobile Internet Phone, you need never miss an important email again.
Clearwire Internet Phone Service provides an array of features to help customers more efficiently manage their phone service.
With Global Cell VoIP Service, ITP callers need only to dial a local 212 number to access the internet phone company's competitively priced international rates, which cover over 30 countries and are available online at ITPVoIP.
NEW YORK - The Federal Communications Commission backed off again Tuesday on enforcing a deadline for Internet phone service providers to disconnect all customers who haven't acknowledged that they understand it might be hard to reach a live emergency dispatcher when dialing 911.

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