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Issues in Information Systems REPLACING TRADITIONAL TELEPHONY WITH VoIP

@inproceedings{Jackson2009IssuesII,
  title={Issues in Information Systems REPLACING TRADITIONAL TELEPHONY WITH VoIP},
  author={C. Jackson and J. Shorter and K. Forcht},
  year={2009}
}
Voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) is an emerging technology that is beginning to replace traditional telephone services because it is much more cost effective for the consumer and businesses. Long distance charges are relatively a thing of the past, and in general there are more feature-rich services available over a VoIP line than traditional phone services. VoIP provides phone services without utilizing the expensive infrastructure of the traditional telephone company. VoIP is an… CONTINUE READING

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