November 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #66: What You Should Pay for a VOIP Plan

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So now that you've looked at and considered factors like computer vs. phone plans, 911 and networks used by your frequent calling partners, you can start to look at VOIP plan costs: Expect to pay anywhere from $15 to $25 per month for a single VOIP line to your house, along with the cost of your DSL or Internet connection. This should include unlimited free local and domestic long-distance calls and a rate of a few cents per minute for international calls. But remember all those other factors and features you decided you needed before you looked at costs. Make sure the VOIP plan you choose meets all those needs and isn't just the lowest-cost plan out there.

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