Martin Geddes has a hot nut about VoIP issues. He sees what many others miss. Today he cooks Vonage's holiday goose and points out how VoIP will basically bea bundled service with no implied cost.
It's funny. Yetserday I was interviewed about VoIP by Fast Company's Associate Editor Jena McGregor and said basically the same thing when it came to ultimate pricing strategy for telephony service but from a different perspective. Voice is being marginalized down in cost. Those who remember 13 cent per minutes in the 90's that dropped to 6 cents and lower with discounts know that the RBOC's can make costs as low as they want to. VoIP costs are minimal when they stay on net and even when they go off-net how expensive are the really?