Internet phone calls a boon for teachers

04/12/2005 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Some districts in the Portland, Ore., area find that VoIP, a technology that routes phone calls over Internet lines, is improving service and saving tens of thousands of dollars in phone-line costs. The Beaverton School District is using a hybrid system, which uses VoIP for calls between district facilities and traditional phone lines for calls with nondistrict buildings.

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