Wiring The Net For GabfestsJohn W. Verity
INTERNET PHONE CALLS ARE the newest lane on the Infobahn. Cheaper than regular phone service, too. And this is no illegal hacker invasion of phone-company circuits. VocalTec in Northvale, N.J., plans to storm the net on Feb. 13 with a $49 piece of software that lets PC owners chat over a microphone with others who are similarly equipped. The only charge is the ordinary Internet access fee, around $15 a month, with no limit on the number or length of calls.
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