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Pulver lays out predictions for VoIP in 2006; US struggles with legacy regulation

News | 12/21/2005 5:00 am EST

There is little doubt that Voice over IP services will represent an increasingly greater share of the local and business telephony in the United States and in Canada next year. Jeff Pulver, IP communications pioneer and founder of pulver.com, addresses the future of VoIP with his 2006 predictions. The following appeared December 6 on his blog.

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