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This is hilarious or sad, whichever way you look at it. Eyeing the Twitter feed last night, I saw someone had tweeted a question about whether carriers were going to be moving to VaaS – ‘Voice as a Service’. When I asked if this was a joke, the reply was that a couple of telcos in the US were already starting to use this …

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FAIL

English not your strong point?

It doesn't beg the question; it raises the question. FFS.

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It was either that...

...or Voice2.0

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Grenade

Not the first time....

Back in the day, when MP3 was just getting going and downloads were done over phone lines, some brain-free commentator opined that "phone lines just don't have the bandwidth to carry audio".

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FAIL

Nope

"Is it just me that thinks this is all totally unhelpful nonsense?"

Nope, it's not just you.

(Provided by CaaS - Commentardery as a Service)

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Stu
Megaphone

Well I think its unhelpful nonsense.

Google tells me VaaS is a UK contemporary florist based in the heart of Nottingham. Helpful?

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I'm still trying to get my head around DaaS and (the other) SaaS, Datacentre as a Service and Storage as a Service.

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Dead Vulture

No Problem with VaaS

I hope BT introduce it as an 'option' I can then *DROP* the Voice Element and have just wires only for LLU - something a great many UK broadband users have been ****SCREAMING**** for, for years! Line rental only with no need for some stupid voice calls package would be very welcome.

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re Barrycudasuck

Barry they do it,

For the basic package

(just don't plug yer phone in)

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Anonymous Coward

SAASAAS

I've just submitted a trademark application for SAASAAS

Software as a Service... as a Service

I'll be rich!

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