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VOIP Fee?

Posted on 2011-02-22
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One of my customers is using internet provided by business suites, which rents them a suite.

However, we want to start using voip (one line), and they want to have them pay a fee for using VOIP over their network. To me this sounds strange and weird.

Has anybody heard of something like this before?

Thanks,
Marco
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Yeah, heard it before. Normally that is because you also would rent a phone (line) and now you don't so they block voip and charge you if yu want to use it. I also think it's weird but it happens.
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