XO's New VoIP Pricing Model

16 January 2008

In a move that could help small and medium-size businesses save money, telecom carrier XO Communications has rolled out a new pricing model for VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) services based on the bandwidth a business uses, instead of the number of lines.

The pricing model, announced Wednesday along with expansion of XO's VoIP offerings, allows U.S. business customers to set a price based on an IP port speed ranging from 1.5M bps (bits per second) to 45M bps, instead of the number of lines used. There are additional costs for long-distance calling plans and additional features.

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