Business VoIP market to grow at 30% per year - study

Tuesday 21 February 2017 | 10:29 CET | News
Revenues from VoIP telephony have risen five-fold in the past two years, while the overall business telephony fell by 9.5 percent over the same period, according to a report from ABN Amro, conducted by Telecompaper. The business telephony market is expected to continue to contract, at around 4 percent per year, more than the around 2 percent annual fall in the total telecom market. At the same time, business VoIP revenues are expected to grow further, at an average 30 percent per year.

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Companies: ABN AMRO / Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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