27% of US users have heard of VOIP, 13% considered it

New research by the Pew Internet & American Life Project and the New Millennium Research Project show that 27% of Internet users have heard of Voice over Internet Protocol phone calling, and 13% of that population have considered adopting VoIP in the home. This translates into 34 million Americans who have heard of VoIP and 4 million who have considered getting the service at home.

New research by the Pew Internet & American Life Project and the New Millennium Research Project show that 27% of Internet users have heard of Voice over Internet Protocol phone calling, and 13% of that population have considered adopting VoIP in the home. This translates into 34 million Americans who have heard of VoIP and 4 million who have considered getting the service at home. The survey also found that 11% of Internet users, nearly 14 million Americans, have made some form of phone call over the Internet.

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