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+ - FreedomPop Home Internet Arrives in 2013: Apocalypse for Existing Broadband Prov->

broadbandconvergent writes: "Skype was a tremendously disruptive product, leveraging peer-to-peer technology to carry voice, it continues to be an incredibly powerful force in disruption of voice applications. Skype has changed the way people see voice apps in how it integrates persistent chat and messaging with video and other services. Skype had 663 million registered users as of EOY 2010, it’s likely even bigger than that now.
Think about it 663 million registered users in 2010–if you factor in some growth over the past few years, that makes Skype as big as the largest carrier in the world"

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FreedomPop Home Internet Arrives in 2013: Apocalypse for Existing Broadband Prov

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