I work in a home office in a tiny two-lawyer firm, Coolidge & Graves. We practice intellectual property law.

By August, my monthly long-distance phone bill had risen to more than $100, and become a definite irritant. I had checked out the various traditional phone company long-distance options and had what I considered a reasonably good plan. I just didn’t like paying so much.

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