AT&T reportedly ends CallVantage sign-ups

AT&T reportedly is no longer accepting new customer orders for its CallVantage VoIP service. The company previously had stopped its active marketing of the stand-alone VoIP brand through resellers and, more recently, launched a VoIP service as part of its U-verse broadband package. The demise of the CallVantage service has been telegraphed since last fall, and though AT&T, according to a Network World report, will continue to support existing CallVantage customers, the service may be destined to slowly disappear while AT&T attempts to recruit customers to U-Verse voice.

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