Latest news reports confirm that Infosys has reached a settlement to pay $34 million in fines for visa fraud, for bringing in developers on B1 visas to work and other irregularities in keeping accurate I-9s.
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If you already have Vonage or planning on signing up, you may be better off dumping it as there are now much better alternatives. Read on.Vonage was touted as a pioneer for commercial VOIP phone service back in 2005 when I first signed up for the service. The excitement of a killer and industry disrupting VOIP service evaporated very soon. The quality never measured up to the ‘carrier’ quality. I disconnected in a couple of months due to voice quality issues. And what happened when I tried to disconnect was yet another totally frustrating customer service story, “Vonage – expecting good customer service is stupid”. When Vonage announced unlimited international calling to India (and few other select countries), I hesitated due to my earlier experience. A few months later, we needed a landline phone and I did little research to shop for a better one. At that time, Vonage proved to be a better option for a landline phone that would also double to be able to call anybody in India, despi…