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Two comments that I thought were interesting:
BT can separate VoIP packets on their side of the broadband connection, providing a higher-quality service than a company like Vonage, which must push VoIP packets over the broadband connection out to the Internet, over an unpredictable route.Clearly if the call terminates with BT too, otherwise the consumer won't see too much difference.
The article claims that BT could push software to its routers to enable Fon.Possible I suppose, but sounds messy.
15 February, 2007
BT to partner with FON for more phone ready wi-fi hotspots
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