> I've been watching the VoIP scene develop for the past few months and
> one thing I've noticed is that among the "big three" VoIP providers
> (VoicePulse, Packet8, and Vonage), VoicePulse looks to be the clear
> leader in features now, and is even a bit less expensive than
distinctive ringing yet. I know not too many people avail themselves
of this service, but it is almost *ive once you get used to it.
My office is at home, but I do not get enough calls to justify a
separate line. Knowing who should answer the phone (or how to answer,
when the appropriate person is absent) is VERY convenient.
George Mitchell (obfuscated email addr.)