Users are 'highly satisfied' with internet telephony services, according to a new report from market research firm In-Stat.
Business VoIP users told the firm that they would recommend the services highly to business associates as well as friends and family.
Companies are reluctant to rely on VoIP for their primary phone services, however, and are holding on to traditional telephone lines.
But many are replacing second line services and are switching long distance services to VoIP to achieve cost savings, the study found.
Businesses with fewer than 10 employees are especially enthusiastic about VoIP, the study found.
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