Attendees make free phone calls over Voice over Internet Protocol (VoiP) at the Vonage booth at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Names like Vonage and Skype have become trusted names among U.S. consumers, and business owners are more willing to adopt the VoIP technology in their offices. By using virtual private networks rather than traditional phone lines, carriers are able to offer phone service at dramatically lower prices.
Attendees make free phone calls over Voice over Internet Protocol (VoiP) at the Vonage booth at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Names like Vonage and Skype have become trusted names among U.S. consumers, and business owners are more willing to adopt the VoIP technology in their offices. By using virtual private networks rather than traditional phone lines, carriers are able to offer phone service at dramatically lower prices. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press
Attendees make free phone calls over Voice over Internet Protocol (VoiP) at the Vonage booth at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Names like Vonage and Skype have become trusted names among U.S. consumers, and business owners are more willing to adopt the VoIP technology in their offices. By using virtual private networks rather than traditional phone lines, carriers are able to offer phone service at dramatically lower prices. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press