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More Mobile VoIP Clients Out

VoIP News in the UK reports about a new mobile VoIP client from Vyke being released.

This comes on the heals of the Wall Street Journal and Business Week stories of last week and this week.

Clearly this shows that Mobile VoIP is very much alive and well and that the interest is jumping from the insider, early adopter crowd to being in the mainstream more and more each week.

With Mobile WiMax going live next week from XOHM in Baltimore the traditional carriers in the mobile industry will begin being challenged on multiple fronts. Those fronts range from more WiFi capable phones, to WiMax. What's more, as the enterprise market begins to adopt more VoIP across the office campus (as well as video) the need for cellular will drop as will the average revenue from voice. To make up for that, the data side will have to carry the ball.

In the end the mobile guys will offer VoIP, just like T-Mobile has with their UMA play. It's all just a matter of time.


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All of these developments are really exciting, although sometimes I wonder if we're too far on the edge of tech compared to where the masses are with this kind of technology. Still, voip has such amazing potential I think the big telecos have got to get more into the game.

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