I just recently twitched to cable ISP and found out after the fact that they do not offer the ability to use VoIP services that are provided by some co.'s like Vonage
They said they will soon provide (their own) telephone VoIP/type service
I'm not sure of the reason why they can not provide the service - I assumed 'any' cable ISP had this ability
Are they trying to keep me from signing up w/a 'Vonage Type' Co. until they get theirs up and running - or - is there any way for me to 'aviod' this obsticle now and get a VoIP service of my choice going now
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