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T-Mobile Launches VoIP Service

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T-Mobile wireless subscribers who have broadband at home could soon switch to the carrier for landline service as well.For now, T-Mobile is testing Talk Forever Home Phone VoIP service in Seattle and Dallas-Fort Worth. Its low price point could prove appealing to smaller businesses, particularly those with employees who work out of home offices. For $10 per month plus a $50 T-Mobile wireless router, customers can keep their existing phone numbers, plus get unlimited local and nationwide long-distance calling, voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, call forwarding and three-way calling.

Earlier in the week, T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T all announced $99.99 flat-rate plans for unlimited, domestic wireless calls.VoIP-News, E-Commerce News

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