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Ofcom Comms report soundbites and Surprises October 1, 2011

Posted by Matthew Townend in Uncategorized.
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As usual I have been reading the Ofcom communications report which was published in August. This is a great source of data, two points particularly stood out:

– Decline in Fixed Business Voice revenues slowed
– ISDN 30 channels continued to decline strongly

Ourselves like many analysts have predicted strong decline in fixed voice revenues, as they are substituted by mobile and cheaper services like Skype. However in 2010 the decline slowed to only 2% year on year from previous years of 5% & higher.

ISDN 30 channels dropped by 300,000 to 2.7m reflecting the significant impact SIP trunking is having on the traditional ISDN market. This decline is reflected in the SIP trunking market report we recentally published. at http://www.illumeconsulting.co.uk

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