Irish Broadband premiers VoIP over wireless broadband network

26 Oct 2006

Alternative wireless broadband service provider Irish Broadband has launched a commercial voice-over-internet protocol (VoIP) product over its high speed network, writes Electricnews.net. The operator is offering a residential service with prices starting from EUR9.99 per month for 500 minutes of inclusive calls to landlines in the UK and Ireland, or EUR14.99 monthly to include calls to a further 28 international destinations. A business package is also available offering 2,000 minutes of calls to landlines in Ireland, the UK and ten other destinations for EUR34.99 per month (excl. VAT). All other calls will be charged on a pro rata basis, although calls to other Irish Broadband customers are free. In addition, the operator’s service requires no line rental charge, although users will need a touchtone phone and an ATA terminal adapter, which Irish Broadband sells for EUR99.

Ireland,Imagine Communications,

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