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November 2005

October 2005

Telephone Companies Attempting to Sabotage VoIP

by teleclick
A number of phone companies from around the world have recently taken the drastic step of blocking VoIP traffic from being transferred over their lines.

Telus Strike Causes Surge in Vonage Subscriptions

by teleclick
Ever since the strike begun at Telus, Vonage has had a surge in new subscribers from Alberta and British Columbia (Telus’s primary service areas).

September 2005

TeleSign Provides VoIP Fraud Prevention Service

by teleclick
Over the past few months, fraud-artists have been making use of VoIP technology to scam web-based businesses.

Major Shift in VoIP Testing Methods

by teleclick
Several announcements by VON (Voice On Net) vendors over the past week indicate that the focus of this VoIP testing may be switched from testing equipment in labs to monitoring the quality of live network calls.

UK RailNet to Undergo Major Technological Improvements

by teleclick
RailNet, the UK rail industry’s biggest telecommunications network, serving over 230 private branch offices across that country, is about to undergo a major technological upgrade.

Bell Canada Launches New VoIP Network

by teleclick
Last Thursday saw a major announcement by Bell Canada, the country’s largest telephone company, regarding the company’s plans to launch a new VoIP telephony service.

August 2005

OECD Predicts VoIP Revolution

by teleclick
The telecommunications industry is once again back into profitable territory these days, but landline and mobile providers can’t afford to ignore the increasing popularity of VoIP telephony, warns the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in a new report today.

Telecommunications Industry News

by teleclick
Interesting news about the telecommunications industry.

April 2005

BT to Launch Converged Bluetooth and GSM Mobile Phone

by smudie
BT, the UK's largest fixed line carrier, is about to launch a converged handset that can connect via Bluetooth and GSM - code named, the Bluephone. In other words, you'll be able to make calls via your landline (via Bluetooth) when you're in range - like cordless phones work today. But when you move out of range, the GSM network will take over.

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