In Europe, VoIP Grows & Grows

9 thoughts on “In Europe, VoIP Grows & Grows”

  1. I remember how I started to tinker enthustiastically with VoIP three years ago, always hunting for the cheapest price.

    I have tried so many accounts and solutions. But now I will renew my DSL contract. Not only will my 16 Mbps DSL line become cheaper (€29,90), they will also include a voice flatrate for Germany fixed line in this cheaper price. There are wonderful VoIP services and cheap prices in my country. That’s why we use it so much. Calls to other countries cost 1 Cent per minute or they are free with the VoIP solutions I use. Calls to cell phones cost about 8 Cents per minute.

    There is nearly no tinkering necessary anymore. That’s why I didn’t updated my VoIP blog for such a long time.

  2. The impact of VOIP is truly staggering. Every time, I think I’ve gotten my head around its power and capability, I am surprised.

    A look at what VOIP has done to network traffic in the South Pacific:

    http://coconutwireless.wordpress.com/2009/03/08/voip-traffic-increase-and-planning-for-future-demand/

    This weekend, a contact in Fiji called me on my cell phone in North America–a free phone call with the highest call quality I’ve ever experienced.

    Never thought I’d be saying this… long live the MagicJack!

  3. Mobile VoIP services is generation next, they not only offer cheap international calling options but also have more features i.e IM /utilities to connect end users. Jajah and Truphone new application to convert iPod into communication device and Vopium new mobile back services are amazing. We can predict that VoIP growth will be more faster in future.

  4. I always wonder why mobiles in UK are so expensive compared to America and Asia

    Mobile retail stores can be found on almost every street here. sometimes there are 2 or more of the same store on a single high street or shopping mall. We don’t actually need 10+ mobile stores at the same place and most of the staff just stood there doing nothing. But I guess huge number of stores is necessary to compete against other mobile operators.

    I have been using Connexin VoIP with my Nokia N95 for more than a year now. I use it wherever there is Wi-Fi, sometimes I stand outside a Starbucks to make cheaper VoIP calls =P.

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