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Yet more proof that the “IP-Telephony is an opportunity to drive cheaper minutes” model was screwed from the start. The optical networking glut plus the artificially-inflated network costs maintained by the former monopolies at every level of the industry proved to allow plain ol’ TDM to adapt to the new model for pricing created by the cheaper cost of VoIP. As it turns out, this less expensive cost is largely perceptual when you consider that the fiber was already in the ground and that TDM equipment was already paid for..

Anyway, NetVoice were morons.



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