VoIP Market Estimated at Over $100,000,000,000 in Next 5 Years!
Experts predict the Traditional Phone Companies will lose $100 billion dollars to Internet Phone Companies by 2011. With InteleFone, you have the opportunity to build a truly global business with a unique Internet Phone that works on dial-up anywhere in the world.
Over the next five years, VoIP usage should drain $100 billion from carriers' PSTN revenues. In fact, by 2010 PSTN revenues should no longer be carriers' primary source of revenue, in the developed world, carrier PSTN revenue will drop 16.7 percent by 2011.
Because carriers have invested heavily in broadband, VoIP revenues should help to offset PSTN losses. However, because VoIP services tend to be priced lower than PSTN-based services, carriers may still face a net revenue loss as VoIP.
Also, carriers will face fierce competition from dedicated VoIP services such as Skype and Vonage. InteleFone has long been saying that VoIP is the biggest opportunity ever in telecommunications and the experts concur by indicating the traditional phone and cellular companies (PSTN) will face huge loses as customers continue to opt for Internet Phone Service.
While most VoIP companies are focused on only one or two countries and offer service only to Broadband customers, InteleFone service is available to over 800,000,000 Internet customers around the globe.
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