Reuters Article Reports VoIP Could Transform Mobile Landscape

A recent article written by popular news website, Reuters exclaims that VoIP could transform the mobile landscape. With more and more users switching to VoIP providers the industry is booming, and experts predict that by 2013 Mobile VoIP applications will generate annual revenues of $32.2 billion, driven by over 278 million registered users worldwide.

"Applications such as Skype and Vonage have influenced users to think of voice as a data application," says Frank Dickson, In-Stat analyst.

"The increasing penetration of Wi-Fi in mobile devices was the beach head that Mobile VoIP applications needed. As user habits are being shaped by rich on-line communication experiences, mobile carriers control over devices and data applications is waning. Mobile carrier attempts to slow the spread of on-line Mobile VoIP are proving challenging as well."

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