Verizon Brings VoiceWing Internet-Based Calling to Massachusetts

Verizon Brings VoiceWing Internet-Based Calling to Massachusetts for as Low as $19.95 a Month

VoiceWing Costs Less Than Traditional Phone Service and Harnesses the Power of the Internet to Provide Unique Calling Features

BOSTON, April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Residents of Massachusetts now have a new low-cost, feature-rich option for telephone service with VoiceWing, an Internet-based calling service from Verizon. One VoiceWing calling plan just introduced today gives customers 500 minutes of outbound local and domestic long-distance for just $19.95 a month. An unlimited local and long-distance plan is also available for as low as $29.95 a month.

VoiceWing customers use a small telephone adapter provided by Verizon to connect their own telephones to their home high-speed Internet connections. The telephone adapter allows the VoiceWing customer to send and receive calls over the Internet instead of using a standard phone line. The service works with both DSL and cable modem broadband connections and allows subscribers to call anyone, anywhere, worldwide.


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