PHOENIX--The first group of presenters on Wednesday morning are all VoIP players. Chris Shipley correctly points out that the real promise with VoIP, or voice over Internet Protocol, is not lower prices; it's the additional services that VoIP can provide.
First up is My People, a consumer VoIP company that wants to compete with Vonage. It replaces the dial tone with a "smart tone" that listens to you--you can simply speak a name or number into the phone.
The system can also send you reminders and wake-up calls. And if you call your My People account from … Read more