AT&T and Vonage Drop VoIP Pricing

How low can they go? And how fast? AT&T announced a $5 price drop for its CallVantage voice over IP (VoIP) service today, and within hours, competitor Vonage, announced plans for an equivalent reduction. AT&T dropped the monthly price for CallVantage from $34.99 to $29.99 for unlimited local and long distance calling beginning October 1. A few hours later, Vonage said it would cut its pricing from $29.99 to $24.99 per month. Both players are still pricier than Primus' Lingo service, which offers unlimited local and long distance calling for $19.99 per month. AT&T CallVantage - Vonage - Lingo -
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