Mobile VoIP Will Change the Telephony Landscape

As calls on smartphones become all but free, who will want to pay for a voice plan?

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Aug 27, 2010
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"For all the talk of dramatic change in the smartphone landscape over the last two or three years, they pale in comparison to the impact of what's next: The shift from circuit-switched voice to VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol. This has been talked about for 10 years, but the stars are finally aligning to hit with full force right now," writes TheStreet's Anton Wahlman.

"Here is why: The average U.S. smartphone monthly bill is approximately $100, plus tax. Of this $100, approximately 2/3 goes to an unlimited voice plan, and the other third to a broadband data fee for service ranging from 2 gig to unlimited," Wahlman writes.

Click the link below to read Wahlman's insight into the full implications of this fact:
VoIP-Smartphone Revolution Is Coming

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