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Wanadoo Predicts 10m UK VoIP Users

Posted: 04th Jan, 2006 By: MarkJ
UK ISP Wanadoo has predicted that VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) will become a must have service during 2006, with uptake by British consumers nearing the 10m mark!:

More than half of web users in the UK will make phone calls via the net by 2010, the study claims. According to Wanadoo's figures, VoIP will be the most popular among people in their fifties with 25% expected to embrace the new technology.

Wanadoo also predicts that 32% of Scottish Internet users will use the internet to call their friends and relatives.

Naturally Wanadoo is only too keen to promote its own VoIP products, yet 10m may be a difficult target to reach, especially while many in the UK still have no idea that it even exists.

Unlike broadband, VoIP alone is a difficult product to promote and lacks a clear standard. We'd like to see Wanadoo proved correct, although we'd expect an uphill struggle. More @ Web-User.
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