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Global VoIP service revenue worth USD 6.91 bln in 2006

Thursday 15 November 2007 | 17:42 CET | News
Global revenue from retail IP telephony services reached USD 6.91 billion in 2006, up from USD 1.83 billion in 2005, according to new research from Point Toptic. Western Europe generated revenue of USD 2.64 billion, followed by the Asia-Pacific with USD 1.75 billion and North America with 2.41 billion revenue. Monthly ARPU was highest in North America at USD 20, followed by Western Europe and SE Asia with USD 15 each and the Asia-Pacific and Latin America with USD 10 per month each.

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