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EMIRATES/VOIP
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November 09, 2011
Men stand outside an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets of Deira, the old...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Men stand outside an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets of Deira, the old commercial heart of Dubai, lurks a threat to some of the region's biggest telecommunications firms. It is here on the northern bank of Dubai creek, among the grocery stores and barbers, the discount tailors and food stalls, where low-wage workers come after a day?s toil to phone their family and friends overseas. These shops dodge government inspectors to offer unlicensed Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services -- free Internet-to-Internet calls and cheap Internet-to-phone calls. The UAE's regulator says only licensed companies can provide VoIP. Picture taken November 7, 2011. To match Feature EMIRATES/VOIP REUTERS/Nikhil Monteiro (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
EMIRATES/VOIP
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November 09, 2011
Customers sit inside an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets of Deira, the...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Feature EMIRATES/VOIP
Customers sit inside an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets of Deira, the old commercial heart of Dubai, lurks a threat to some of the region's biggest telecommunications firms. It is here on the northern bank of Dubai creek, among the grocery stores and barbers, the discount tailors and food stalls, where low-wage workers come after a day?s toil to phone their family and friends overseas. These shops dodge government inspectors to offer unlicensed Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services -- free Internet-to-Internet calls and cheap Internet-to-phone calls. The UAE's regulator says only licensed companies can provide VoIP. Picture taken November 7, 2011. To match Feature EMIRATES/VOIP REUTERS/Nikhil Monteiro (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
EMIRATES/VOIP
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November 09, 2011
A customer makes Internet phone calls at an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Feature EMIRATES/VOIP
A customer makes Internet phone calls at an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets of Deira, the old commercial heart of Dubai, lurks a threat to some of the region's biggest telecommunications firms. It is here on the northern bank of Dubai creek, among the grocery stores and barbers, the discount tailors and food stalls, where low-wage workers come after a day?s toil to phone their family and friends overseas. These shops dodge government inspectors to offer unlicensed Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services -- free Internet-to-Internet calls and cheap Internet-to-phone calls. The UAE's regulator says only licensed companies can provide VoIP. Picture taken November 7, 2011. To match Feature EMIRATES/VOIP REUTERS/Nikhil Monteiro (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
EMIRATES/VOIP
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November 09, 2011
Customers make Internet phone calls at an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Feature EMIRATES/VOIP
Customers make Internet phone calls at an Internet shop at Deira November 7, 2011. In the gritty streets of Deira, the old commercial heart of Dubai, lurks a threat to some of the region's biggest telecommunications firms. It is here on the northern bank of Dubai creek, among the grocery stores and barbers, the discount tailors and food stalls, where low-wage workers come after a day?s toil to phone their family and friends overseas. These shops dodge government inspectors to offer unlicensed Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services -- free Internet-to-Internet calls and cheap Internet-to-phone calls. The UAE's regulator says only licensed companies can provide VoIP. Picture taken November 7, 2011. To match Feature EMIRATES/VOIP REUTERS/Nikhil Monteiro (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
SINGAPORE/
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July 05, 2007
A worker collects analogue telephones, which were replaced by Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones,...
Singapore, Singapore
Worker collects analog phones at an office in Singapore
A worker collects analogue telephones, which were replaced by Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones, at an office in Singapore July 5, 2007. VOIP technology cuts up a phone conversation into digital bits and sends them as Internet Protocol packets over the Internet or over a dedicated part of a telecoms operator's network with guaranteed service levels. REUTERS/Kimitsu Yogachi (SINGAPORE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard poses during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which...
Paris, France
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard poses during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at...
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard poses during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone...
Paris, France
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone...
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones...
Paris, France
Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Lombard hold telephones during a presentation...
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones...
Paris, France
Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Lombard hold telephones during a presentation...
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single...
Paris, France
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at a news conference in...
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single...
Paris, France
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at a news conference in...
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's Chairman Didier Lombard hold mobile...
Paris, France
Wenes, CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's Chairman Lombard hold mobile phones during presentation...
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's Chairman Didier Lombard hold mobile phones during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single...
Paris, France
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at a news conference in...
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes, CEO of Orange France, holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik...
Paris, France
Wenes, CEO of Orange France, holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at...
Louis-Pierre Wenes, CEO of Orange France, holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CANADA TELECOM SUMMIT
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May 30, 2005
Steve Koles (L), General Manager, Netscape and Enhanced Services, AOL Canada, Joe Parent, (C),Vice-President,...
Toronto, Canada
Telecom industry panel listens to question at Canadian Telecom Summit.
Steve Koles (L), General Manager, Netscape and Enhanced Services, AOL Canada, Joe Parent, (C),Vice-President, Marketing and Business Development, Vonage Canada and Matt Stein, Primus Canada Vice-President of New Technology and Services, listen to a question while participating in a panel discussion on Voice-Over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) at the Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto, May 30, 2005. Industry leaders in telecommunications will speak on advancements in technology services and policy at the three day summit. REUTERS/Mike Cassese MC
CANADA TELECOM SUMMIT
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May 30, 2005
Matt Stein, Primus Canada Vice-President of New Technology and Services, delivers his remarks prior to...
Toronto, Canada
Primus Canada VP Matt Stein speaks at Canadian Telecom Summit.
Matt Stein, Primus Canada Vice-President of New Technology and Services, delivers his remarks prior to taking part in a panel discussion on Voice-Over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) at the Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto, May 30, 2005. Industry leaders in telecommunications will speak on advancements in technology services and policy at the three day summit. REUTERS/Mike Cassese MC
CANADA TELECOM SUMMIT
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May 30, 2005
Matt Stein, Primus Canada Vice-President of New Technology and Services, is shown after taking part in...
Toronto, Canada
Primus Canada VP Matt Stein speaks at Canadian Telecom Summit.
Matt Stein, Primus Canada Vice-President of New Technology and Services, is shown after taking part in a panel discussion on Voice-Over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) at the Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto, May 30, 2005. Industry leaders in telecommunications will speak on advancements in technology services and policy at the three day summit. REUTERS/Mike Cassese MC
GERMANY
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March 08, 2005
A worker makes final touches on an advertising poster for VoIP wireless LAN internet mobile phone by...
Hanover, Germany
A worker makes final touches on an advertising poster for VoIP wireless LAN internet mobile phone ......
A worker makes final touches on an advertising poster for VoIP wireless LAN internet mobile phone by German internet provider freenet in Hanover. A worker makes final touches on an advertising poster for the new VoIP wireless LAN internet mobile phone ' i phone ' by German internet provider freenet in preparation for the world's largest computer fair CeBIT in Hanover March 8, 2005. Some 6,200 exhibitors from 70 nations present their latest news and products at the world's largest computer and information technology fair CeBIT which runs from March 10 until March 26, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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