Dad says you don’t call enough. You shouldn’t disappoint him.
Why do you choose to make your own path in life, son?
Cranberry Wildnerness? Why would you build a house there? It is the most remote area of West Virginia. Hardly any good signal even.
DIDX is that quiet powerhouse behind much of daily communications among family, friends and business.
Thao, a valedictorian-destined student at a US university, explains to Mom and Dad they can dial a local South Vietnam phone number anytime to talk with her. Now, they feel closer than ever. Dad is happy.
Li Jie, much to his parents’ dismay, has chosen the path of disruptive, life hack startup. He uses a local China direct inward dialing phone number for his current and potential clients in China to conveniently call. It rings wherever he has it set to ring: to his Canadian business partner, to his Skype, to his cell phone or to a web conference no matter where he travels. Mom is proud.
Lisa, a popular author, lives in a remote area of West Virginia. It has poor wireless and cellular connectivity. She is an avid user of webRTC to stay in touch with her customers and social media followers. When she and anyone wishing to join her cannot log in, she has it set where they can dial in, always a local phone number available. Her friends see her now as a trendsetter.
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