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Unlimited Local Phone Service New Mexico
We provide excellent alternatives for local phone service.
New Mexico Residents have lots of options today.
To determine all the services that are available in
your area just check for availability from our
featured local New Mexico phone service telecom providers below.
You can also view our ever expanding list of local
phone service carriers by clicking
Local Phone Service New Mexico Options
(Z-Tel) Enhanced Local, LD & Voicemail - One
of the largest local phone companies in the USA offering plans with unlimited
long distance calling & their unique Trinsic Center feature which voice
enables your phone service to interact with your own personal address book!
Stand-alone long distance services with voice technology also available. Local
service is offered in most states, with exception of SBC and Bell South regions.
Service is also generally available in Verizon territories that fall within
those SBC and Bell South dominated states.
The Neighborhood - You've seen the commercials, now find out what
you've been missing. 3 local plans are available. Current promotion features 2
months of free service (your first, plus another month after one year). Talk
unlimited or choose Neighborhood 200, starting at just $29.99! (Customers who
order Online can opt to receive MCI's broadband service once activated -- where
available.) Local phone service offered in all 48 contiguous states plus
Communications Residential - Cleartel offers a wide
variety of local phone services to suite your calling needs with local and
unlimited calling starting at just $37.95. Dial Tone, Local calling, Long
distance, and essential features like Call Waiting and Voicemail, all from one
company, on one bill, at great rates! Cleartel will provide the residential
customer a Free month of service.
Options to save
on your New Mexico Longdistance
|Unfortunately due to perplexing regulations and intense lobbying by the
incumbent local phone companies who don't like
loosing the monopoly they have enjoyed for
more then 50 years, in many areas of
New Mexico competitive local service from
the above three telecom providers may not be available
in your city. If so here are 2
excellent Longdistance only telecom providers that our New Mexico phone service customers have found to offer
great service and value. Or to compare
10, New Mexico long distance phone
service options in just seconds just try our best
rate calculator to quickly find the best
rate for your specific calling pattern.
Telephone From 2.7¢/min, low international rates Traditional long distance
with old fashioned customer service. No hidden surprises... just a simple,
straightforward and honest company. Pioneer has not raised its domestic U.S.
rates since 1989!
Communications 3.5¢ per minute Covista Communications Long Distance.
Outstanding (USA-48 origination) service, featuring low intrastate and 3.5¢
interstate rates with 6-second billing increments.
Phone Service, New Mexico
Of course the ultimate
in savings today for New Mexico there is no
better alternative today then Internet Telephony.
If you have DSL or Cable Modem then you can use
broadband phone service and get unlimited
calling often for less then 19.95 a month.
Signature Service comes packed with everything you need automatically
included in the Bottom-Line Price. With either the Monthly or Annual Edition,
you get all-inclusive service without having to worry about all those extra
fees. Get unlimited calling for only $24.95 a month or get a full year
with a prepaid discount for only $199.00 annually. That is unlimited
calling for only $16.50 a month!
Freedom Broadband VoIP - One of our personal favorites! Packet8
builds their own hardware and their service resides upon the Level3 platform for
stable and reliable calling. Of course, Packet8 has many more features than can
be discussed here. See for yourself why we are such big fans!
The Latest Articles about Broadband
Phone for New Mexico Residents
Calling Continues to Replace Conventional Service
By Michael Johnston
you look at the telecommunications landscape over the past five years it is
clear that VoIP Broadband Calling has taken more then its fair share of the
market. Some industry analysis gave
rosy predictions back in 2000 that 80% of all voice traffic would be via
broadband calling by 2005. Well we
are here and nowhere near 80% of calls are from and/or to an IP based handset.
Yet about 50% of new lines provisioned today are IP lines so that 80%
figure will come some time in the future only when is in question at this time.
|Should I Get Broadband Phone Service?
By Tom Downs
As VoIP gains more press and continues to reach
more consumers more and more people are asking the question "Should
I Get Broadband Phone Service'? What may seem on the surface to be a
complex question can be answered by asking just a few more questions and then
making an informed decision about whether VoIP services are for you. Read