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Dialpad says its new small business phone service will be free forever

The team that brought you the precursor to Google Voice is hoping lightning will strike again. Dialpad Inc., developer of enterprise voice, messaging and conferencing systems that use the voice over internet protocol, is offering small businesses of five or fewer employees a full-featured business phone system at no charge. Ever. Dialpad Free supports a […] The post Dialpad says its new small business phone service will be free forever appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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