An opinion piece in the Star-Telegram of Fort Worth, Texas, examines the Arlington school district’s challenge in choosing an new phone system. The article urges the district to convert its entire, outdated telephone system to a VoIP model at a startup cost of $2.5 million. The district already has the money it needs for the upgrade, and could save $2 million by installing IP telephony instead of going with a standard phone system. It could also save as much as $300,000 in annual phone bills.