VoIP users are saving AUD44 a month

13 Oct 2005

According to a new survey conducted by the Australian Telecommunications Users Group and customers from Australian broadband telephone companies, Australian users of VoIP telephony services are saving an average of AUD44 (USD33.49) a month on costs, compared to users of traditional fixed line services. Australian telcos have been fighting to gain market share in the VoIP market over the last few months.

In a separate story, NEC Australia has launched the country’s first i-mode 3G phone, the NEC N600i.