There will be 288 million users of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) by 2013, according to market investigate firm In-Stat. While so far, VoIP has been determined largely by the likes of cable companies that want to disrupt the incumbent phone company, the next big business VoIP increase is going to come from mobile.
In-Stat believe over half of those 288 million subscribers "will be connected with online mobile VoIP providers, under one-third will use VoIP mobile with 3G MVNOs or mobile operators, and 11 % with WiMAX/LTE operators." Thanks to the improved availability of dual-mode phones, VoIP is becoming especially popular in the Asia-Pacific region, nudging the present market leader, Europe, aside. In the meantime, this move to mobile VoIP has encouraged some to request if we’re getting closer to an all VoIP phone. I think so!
The carrier themselves are reluctantly embracing mobile VoIP, as we’ve previously noted. Today, Truphone teamed up with Australian mobile network worker Optus, for its Truphone Local wherever check. These kinds of deal are going to become ever more commonplace, taking yearly sales of mobile VoIP application to $35.2 billion by 2013, according to In-Stat. I wonder how that number would modify if you included Skype.
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