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  • Net neutrality ruling complicates US transition to IP networks

    The transition from copper-based telephone systems to IP networks in the U.S. could become swept up in political fallout as the FCC figures out how to regulate such networks in ways that will appease the courts.

  • Google Android phones make international calls for free with Rebtel

    Android smartphone users can now place calls to their Android smartphone user contacts around the world absolutely free thanks to an updated app from Rebtel. Sweden-based Rebtel, which claims to be the world's largest independent mobile VoIP provider, may not be familiar to many users, but this app may change that.

  • Hacker admits stealing, reselling VoIP services

    Edwin Pena this week pleaded guilty to stealing and reselling an estimated $1.4 million worth of VoIP telephone services.

  • iPhone now offers Internet calls over 3G

    Voice over IP applications for the iPhone are now able to offer calls over cellular networks as both iCall and Fring updated their apps to support calls over 3G cellular networks.

  • Truphone promises super-roaming mobile SIM

    VoIP provider Truphone has revealed plans to offer international travellers a single mobile phone SIM chip allowing local-rate calls when travelling in a range of countries.

  • VoIP thief caught on run in Mexico

    A Miami man, on the run for more than two years after being arrested and charged with stealing and reselling VoIP services, has been caught in Mexico.

  • Mobile VoIP cuts free from Wi-Fi

    Mobile VoIP provider Truphone is extending its service to give users free or cheap calls over the cellular network, when they are away from Wi-Fi hotspots. Meanwhile, a rival consumer service has launched with backing from UK retailer Tesco.

  • Sipgate punts low-cost GSM/Wi-Fi handset

    VoIP provider Sipgate is hoping to break into fixed-mobile convergence by offering a SIM-free and unlocked Wi-Fi-capable mobile phone for just £59.

  • Vonage hit by Nortel law suit

    Vonage has been sued by yet another company for patent infringement, this time by Nortel.

  • Ofcom rules that VoIP must do emergency calls

    The UK telecoms regulator has, as expected, ruled that customers must be able to call the emergency services using voice over IP (VoIP).

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