Global wireless broadband provider, Clearwire, has just become the newest player in America’s VoIP telephony market.
The company recently released a digital voice service in Stockton, California, in a bold attempt at breaking into the highly competitive VoIP industry, and going up against the already settled empires, such as AT&T, EarthLink, and Vonage. Clearwire is likely hoping to use its existing advantage in the broadband industry to expand into the 27 U.S. metro areas and 200 cities that it already serves.
The VoIP service itself was developed in partnership with Bell Canada, and promises exceptional call quality, as well as a good range of enhanced features. What really distinguishes Clearwire, however, is the potential of integrating VoIP with wireless broadband in the most unique and service-enhancing way possible.