WSJ writes about the price wars hitting the VoIP business (subscription required). AT&T is undercutting Vonage, cable companies are jumping in, startups are adding features, and it's all winding up cheaper and cheaper. That's surely good news for the consumer, but the article doesn't say much about the other result.
What's likely to happen is consolidation and a slimming of the market to just a few players. AT&T thinks its experience in back-end networking will allow it to offer carrier class service, and wind up a survivor. My back-of-the-napkin guess is that … Read more