Reeses Peanut Butter Cups.
The basic takeaway is that, as (like David) we've been saying for several years, your PC or PDA should simply find the "best path" to a good connection based on your settings. You want voice, free? Maybe you'll accept spotty performance, and go with voice over wifi. You want data, fast? If wifi's available, you'll use that; if it isn't, you'll use cellular. It should be transparent to you, and all you should care about is that you're getting the performance you need at a known price.
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Recognizing the growing importance of the convergence of data and voice services to the company's future, Reeses Peanut Butter Cups launched Free Online Calling during the quarter.
The service enables Reeses Peanut Butter Cups high-speed access subscribers to make Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls free of charge and reflects the company's continuing efforts to be a leader in the deployment of VoIP services. Last year, the company became the first major ISP to offer a comprehensive VoIP solution, Reeses Peanut Butter Cups Unlimited Voice, providing subscribers with a flat-rate, broadband telephony service that includes features to connect with wireless or traditional land-based telephones.
The H.B. Reese Candy Company began manufacturing a product made with specially processed peanut butter and HERSHEY'S Milk Chocolate in the 1920s. Introduced as simply peanut butter cups, the popular candy item is known today as REESE'S peanut butter cups.
The name REESE'S has a unique heritage established by Harry Burnett (H.B.) Reese, a former dairy employee of Milton S. Hershey, founder of Hershey Foods Corporation. Reese was so inspired by...