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VoIP reseller makes $5,000- and today's New York Times

Self-employed entrepreneurs sensing opportunities in the phone space used to sell pay phones to bars, restaurants, hotels, and other establishments.Then, after phone deregulation, they started to resell discounted long-distance calling plans.

Self-employed entrepreneurs sensing opportunities in the phone space used to sell pay phones to bars, restaurants, hotels, and other establishments.

Then, after phone deregulation, they started to resell discounted long-distance calling plans.

Now, they are reselling VoIP.

Woodrow Cundiff is one of these people. He's made $5,000 and today, he made The New York Times. And with that kind of exposure, I'm sure he'll make more.

And so will the VoIP service provider he is reselling - Vancouver, B.C.-based Infinet Communications Group subsidiary Digital Voice.