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1. VoIP: Calling on the cheap! Voice over Internet Protocol is one of the up and coming technologies, one that can save you lots of money. If you have a broadband Internet connection, this technology may be just the ticket to lowering your phone bills.
Some of the major players in this technology include AT&T, Verizon, and the latest VoIP rising star, Vonage. AT&T's CallVantage service starts at $29.99/month, and is reputed to provide excellent voice quality.
Verizon's VoiceWing service starts at $29.95 for Verizon DSL customers, $34.95 for all other ISP users.
Lingo, a low-cost provider with international flavor, with a Basic Plan starting at $14.95, International Unlimited for $79.95, and even a $7.95 offering for free calls to other Lingo users.
Packet8 offers simple, no-frills service starting at $19.95.
And Vonage, the current big dog in the VoIP kennel, weighs in with a variety of plans, including a Premium Unlimited plan for $24.99 and Basic 500 (long distance minutes) for $14.99.