[AusNOG] Cisco UMI
David at Hughes.com.au
Mon Nov 1 10:02:30 EST 2010
Ok, let me rephrase that ....
"$24.99 per month payable directly to Cisco or indirectly to Cisco through one of their wholesale partners which is even better as Cisco then doesn't have to do the end user billing"
The point was that Cisco now has a product with a monthly recurrent revenue model and that is a first as far as I'm aware. As for the entire "charging $25 per month so your 2 Cisco devices can make free Internet calls" business, I think I'll leave that for others to comment.
On 01/11/2010, at 8:03 AM, Michael Christie (micchris) wrote:
> "$24.99 per month payable to Cisco". If you get your Umi from Best Buy
> in the US, yes.
> As Cisco rolls out product availability around the world, we will work
> with our local SP partners to wholesale Umi. The bill for service,
> directory, messaging, etc. will preferrably come from the user's
> existing service provider. Verizon is the first to announce such an
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