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Who Are The Best VoIP Provders

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

they don't mention http://www.ooma.com/

hardware cost: about $ 200 - $ 250

Older hardware: NO monthly fees / FREE long distance

Newer hardware NO monthly fees / FREE long distance, but must pay state fees/taxes (about $4 month)

Premium Service $10 / month = seconds line, other features, etc ..

stated: not for businesses (supposed limit: 5000 minutes per month)

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