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Time once again for wild and wooly projections, this time from IDC. Last checked there were about a million VoIP users in the US, but somehow the number is going to magically increase to 27 million in four years, they say. For 2005 they are looking […]

Time once again for wild and wooly projections, this time from IDC. Last checked there were about a million VoIP users in the US, but somehow the number is going to magically increase to 27 million in four years, they say. For 2005 they are looking at 3 million subscribers. Those numbers means nearly 20% of US homes culd be using VoIP by 2009. I am not really sure about this report, but 27 million sounds too steep. Unless if you start including services like Skype. Then that number makes sense. Read More at IDC

  1. VoIP Still Has a Long Distance to Travel

    International Data Corporation (IDC) sees [US] residential VoIP subscriptions increasing from 3 million in 2005 to 27 million by 2009.
    Source: eMark

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