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BT Communicator to be withdrawn



 
 
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Old November 11th 06, 09:33 AM posted to uk.telecom,uk.telecom.voip
Sunil Sood
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Default BT Communicator to be withdrawn

BT have announced that BT Communicator (http://www.bt.com/btcommunicator/),
their VoIP service/tie up with Yahoo is to be withdrawn on the 31 December
2006 and they are now pushing BT Broadband Talk Softphone
http://www.bt.com/softphone/ as its replacement.

Just another of a long line of services/products that BT has recently
announced it is ceasing...

Regards
Sunil



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Old November 12th 06, 04:31 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Anthony Thornton
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Default BT Communicator to be withdrawn

BT have announced that BT Communicator
(http://www.bt.com/btcommunicator/),
their VoIP service/tie up with Yahoo is to be withdrawn on the 31 December
2006 and they are now pushing BT Broadband Talk Softphone
http://www.bt.com/softphone/ as its replacement.

Just another of a long line of services/products that BT has recently
announced it is ceasing...

Regards
Sunil



Expected. VOIP is going to be huge and most of the big guns are getting into
it. You can't really blame BT for hoping to cash in without the need to
share the profits.

The question is what is Yahoo! going to do now.


 




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