America fact of the day

…people in the United States now make more [phone] calls to India than to Western Europe…

Part of the background is this:

Traffic between the United States and Europe, both of which have high broadband availability, has shifted to substitutable services over the Internet (e.g. VoIP). India still has a low broadband penetration, meaning people in the United States call mobile telephones.

There is more here, via @internetthought.


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