A Small Business Boost For Video Phones?
Last summer, when American Telephone & Telegraph Co. began marketing its new VideoPhone 2500, the $63 billion telecommunications giant declared that the age of home-video calling had finally dawned. But at $1,500 per video phone, not many homeowners rushed out to experience the wonders of reaching out and seeing someone. However, what's pricey for the consumer could be just right for small companies looking for an inexpensive teleconferencing setup.
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