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Keyspan's New VoIP Phone

Keyspan's New VoIP Phone

by , 8:00 AM EDT, August 28th, 2006

Keyspan announced its new VP-24A Cordless VoIP Phone on Monday. The VP-24A phone is Skype compatible, and connects wirelessly to your Mac through the included USB receiver. IT supports computer-to-computer and computer-to-phone calls, Caller ID, offers up to 15 hours talk time and 1200 hours in standby mode, and recharges via USB. The VP-24A will be available in September, and is priced at US$79.


Keyspan's Skype compatible phone.

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