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Passing the Buck

Now you can hand off cellular calls to VoIP and save big on roaming and long-distance charges.

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This story appears in the August 2004 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

If you make a lot of long-distance business calls, you probably already know you can save by routing them over the Internet using VoIP technology. How would you like VoIP savings on your cell phone, too?

Boca Raton, Florida-based i2 Telecom International has a new device (patent pending) that hands off cellular calls to its VoIP network, so you can save the roaming and long-distance charges still levied under many cellular plans. Its InternetTalker MG-3 saves still more on calls to Canada, Mexico or overseas, where cellular carriers still levy steep charges.

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