VoIP Not At Home

A lack of education about the benefits of Voice over Internet Protocol is the only thing that is standing in the way of people choosing it over the standard home phone.

So says Norm Bogen of the market research firm In Stat. Mr Bogen is the vice-president of digital entertainment research for In-Stat and he belives that VoIP solutions could make for big cost savings, even though home owners are reluctant to change their existing phone.

He said: "There are two issues. Firstly most consumers are unaware of VoIP solutions except for Skype. Secondly the average lifecycle for a home phone replacement is around 10 years."

Mr Bogen explained that not many people knew that they had the option to install a four-phone digital enhanced cordless telecommunication VoIP solution in place of the home phone.

Meanwhile Mr Bogen's views are backed up by the Chartered Institute of IT which found that interconnected VoIP grew by more than a fifth between June 2009 and June 2010.

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