Thursday, January 19, 2006

Tesco offers free internet calls

Tesco today entered the internet calls market, offering customers the chance to talk to friends and family via their computers for an upfront cost of less than £20.

The supermarket giant claims the move will bring voice over internet protocol (Voip) - calls made over broadband - to a mass market.

Tesco will charge £19.97 for a starter pack including a handset which when plugged into a computer will allow customers to call other users free of charge via the internet.


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