Internet calling service Skype has been around for a year now, drawing 750,000 users. Free, high-quality connections are playing well with the early adopter audience, but the company isn't setting its eyes on overthrowing the old phone order.
The trouble with Skype today is that it requires both parties to have the service, and works mainly on the PC. Most people still aren't ready to leave what feels like traditional calling, which is why Vonage, in which subscribers use what feels like a regular phone, is likely more of a threat. For the mainstream, look to AT&… Read more