Monday, January 31, 2005

No-cost Skype strikes chord with businesses | CNET News.com

No-cost Skype strikes chord with businesses | CNET News.com: "The Internet telephony software Skype has found its way into the business world, as corporate road warriors and remote workers use it to reduce long-distance and cell phone costs.
Most of today's Skype adherents use it for personal calls, but a growing number of them are also using it to make calls for work.
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Over the past year and a half, Skype's popularity has exploded. Currently, there are about 23 million users signed up for the service, which allows no-cost phone calls over the Internet, according to the company. By 2008, that number is expected to jump to between 140 million and 245 million, says market research company Evalueserve. As more business customers start using the software, Skype's subscriber numbers could grow even higher."
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