One Quarter of Online Americans Have Heard of VOIP Telephone Service; About One in Eight are Considering Getting it at Home

One Quarter of Online Americans Have Heard of VOIP Telephone Service; About One in Eight are Considering Getting it at Home

While telephone calling using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has attracted considerable attention in the business community and among policymakers, 27% of Internet users in the United States--or 17% of all Americans--have heard of the service.

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