It looks like VoIP based calling is gaining traction in many places around the world.
In Bulgaria, Max Telecom has released their HotMax bundle, a router with two ports to have two VoIP lines. This is a lure to move customers away from the PSTN. Max Telecom is already known for its moves in the WiMax arena.
In the UK and elsewhere, the former calling card company Vyke (they sold their business off last month) is moving all guns blazing into the Mobile VoIP space. Vyke has been around for a while, but after the sell off, its VoIP they are focusing on.
And of course, not to be outdone, we're seeing client Truphone's CTO quoted in Business Week via GigaOm about the upswing in users due to the iPhone.
An last but not least, VoIP even makes its way into the USA election news, via the fraudsters and the hucksters who are using the low cost of VoIP to chase money in what the author calls "Election Deception." Catchy!