Seventy percent of businesses plan to be using VoIP regularly on their mobile devices over the next two years, according to research by Coleman Parkes; this is up from 27 percent who are currently using it.
It's a stellar prediction and a potential nightmare for mobile operators' voice revenues if it's accurate. I do feel that there is an increasing assumption among companies that you can continue doing business while mobile. Mobile VoIP is part of a mix of service that are required to make that a reality.
Reading down I discovered that
The research questioned 200 CIOs of enterprise companies across the UK, Europe and the USA.
So not necessarily a representative sample, but possibly where they lead others will follow.