AT&T Firing VoIP Customers

With today’s every changing technological advances, AT&T committed to compete in  the VoIP world with “CallAdvantage”. Although the highly respected company opted to roll with the technology punches, lack of commitment shut the doors to CallAdvantage. The VoIP service provided outstanding call quality at a very inexpensive price, yet for some reason never put in the bucks to advertise.

Some say the termination was enforced for the reason that E911 was never provided. Perhaps the inability or technical issues with E911 forced AT&T to terminate the services. AT&T sent out letters to their customers this month explaining in late May CallAdvantage will be discontinued permanently. Looks like AT&T was simply not ready for VoIP…

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Jackson Weber, editor of VoipReview.org is a graduate from the University of Michigan, with a special focus in rhetoric and technical writing. Using these skill sets in conjunction with heavy research, Jackson stays ahead of the latest VoIP technology. He always finds the latest information on everything from SIP trunks to cloud-based PBX services, and breaks it down in plain English that almost anyone can understand.