Saturday, 30 December 2006

Can you hear me?

Have you jumped on the VoIP (Voice over Internet protocol) band wagon yet? If not you could soon be in the minority.

New data from In-Stat show that more than nine million US households now have at least one active VoIP user, with many households reporting the use of more than one VoIP service. Half of these users reported using their residential VoIP service either in part or in whole for business purposes.

Skype is the king pin among client-based VoIP services, with 2.1 million active households.

It certainly looks like free calls over the internet is the way of the future.