WOW! Intros $9.99 Landline Phone Service - Telecompetitor

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WOW! Intros $9.99 Landline Phone Service - TelecompetitorWOW! Intros $9.99 Landline Phone Service - TelecompetitorPosted: 04 Dec 2018 12:00 AM PSTRegional cable operator WOW! has introduced Home Phone and Home Phone Plus, a residential phone service that costs $9.99 per month in conjunction with any WOW! Internet or television services. Who says home phone service is dead?The press release points out that an increasing number of people are relying exclusively on mobile phones. But for customers who still want home phone service at reasonable cost, WOW! will now point them to these new options. The press release provides no details on the differences between Home Phone and Home Phone Plus, but one would assume Home Phone Plus offers unlimited long distance, since the Home Phone product only offers 100 minutes of long distance in the U.S. and Canada. Pricing was not revealed for Home Phone Plus."The $9.99 price point is a great value for anyone, but particularly people who work fro…

Best conference phones of 2020: audio conferencing for online meetings - TechRadar

Best conference phones of 2020: audio conferencing for online meetings - TechRadar


Best conference phones of 2020: audio conferencing for online meetings - TechRadar

Posted: 30 Oct 2019 12:00 AM PDT

Audio and video conferencing have increasingly become a normal part of business, with many business phone services now offering them as standard features, especially when in comes to cloud phone systems.

However, while many of these provide apps for desktop and mobile devices to be used in conferencing, this works best when only a small number of people are involved in an online meeting. For larger groups, often with many people in a room, it's just not practical to have everyone set apart with their own device, and better if those present can discuss in a group.

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