19% of US Internet users consider switching to VoIP

Nearly one out of five (19%) Internet users in the U.S.

Nearly one out of five (19%) Internet users in the U.S. say they will likely upgrade their traditional phone service by subscribing to VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), according to Ipsos-Insight. The survey was conducted among more than 1,200 Internet users in the U.S. Current DSL and dial-up customers and people who spend over $40 a month on phone bills are most likely to sign up for VoIP service.

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