I use client Truphone and my T-Mobile HotSpot @ Home services a lot because they help flatten the phone bill and keep things manageable. I also make lots of use of the Skypephone when I'm somewhere I can use it, like the UK.
So in seeing this report about some market research from ABI I can't but be anything but more than a cheerleader here. This is so accurate in perspective that its got to be something the incumbent wireline guys are worried about.
The experience of WiFi VoIP using Truphone and TMO the last two weeks from inside my London apartment and elsewhere was very good. Only downside I saw seemed to impact TMO where they seemed to have less control of the media and I would suffer from latency when the apartment's broadband was being slammed.When you take the ABI report and add in some thoughts from other analysts like Dean Bubley, plus commentary from the land down under's Jo Best of ZDNet/AU you have to realize that FMC is not just someone's dream, it's someone else's reality.