02 April 2008
VoIP technology has been steadily growing in use over the course of the last five years. As broadband Internet becomes increasingly ubiquitous, more users are finding that it's easy to place voice calls through their computers. However, the growth of VoIP hasn't peaked yet. The average person uses both mobile phones and computers on a daily basis but doesn't yet make use of VoIP technology to streamline their communication.
Let's take a look at the top ten reasons that VoIP hasn't hit the mainstream yet so we can see what it will take to make VoIP a common technology: