AOL Offers VoIP Service – VoIP Available to America Online Customers in 40 Cities
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America Online (AOL) has announced that its new VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol telephony) service is online and available to AOL customers in 40 cities. Called the “AOL Internet Phone Service”, the new VoIP offering is available to AOL customers in Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Washington DC, New York City, and the greater San Francisco Bay area, to name a few.

AOL says that their VoIP service is priced to cost less than traditional telephone service. The AOL Internet Phone Service offers three different pricing plans, including an unlimited calling plan for calls within the U.S. and Canada, and a special global plan which includes unlimited U.S. and Canada calling plus low rates for international calls.


The service includes all of the traditional telephone services such as call waiting and call forwarding, along with special AOL integrated services such as “CallAlert” and AOL voicemail.

At this time there is no word on how AOL is handling the sensitive question of the ability to make 911 calls through their VoIP services, and AOL customers who intend to sign up for the AOL Internet Phone Service should be extra-careful to be sure they have done whatever is necessary to ensure that they have a working 911 service with their VoIP plan.

For a full list of the cities in which the AOL Internet Phone Service is now being offered, AOL users should see their AOL account.

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