Tuesday, March 08, 2005
Is there room for one more in the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) market? America OnLine seems to think so as they have announced a VoIP service that integrates with their AOL Instant Messenger service. No pricing details are available yet, but AOL expects the service to launch within the next month. I still think the VoIP market is for the early adaptors and I don't equate most of them as "AOL users"; maybe I'm off base. Still, a simple interface like the AOL Instant Messenger client might help the VoIP adaption rate for that market as whole. The most important question I have is: does this mean they might finally stop sending me CD's?
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