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Net phoning starts to win friends

From the BBC: "Awareness of net calling technology is steadily growing among Britons, suggests a survey.

Almost half of those questioned said they knew that they could make cheap phone calls via the net using so-called voice over IP (Voip) technology.

The research commissioned by Voip firm Skype found that those aged over 55 were the most likely to use the net to keep in touch.

But younger people between 16 and 24 still prefer to text rather than talk."

//Billy McCormac

September 29, 2005 in Posts in English | Permalink


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