Thomas K Thomas reports in the The Hindu BusinessLine today that Net Telephony usage outpaced the international long distance market.

Taking a swipe at BSNL or the public sector is standard practice these days. So the late arrival of Net Telephony is, obviously, because of the highly regulated licence regime. And the good thing about Net Telephony reaching a billion minutes, even bigger than the outgoing international long distance telephony market, which is pegged at around 600 million minutes a quarter, is that users don’t pay ADC – Access Deficit Charges – to hell with disconnected India!

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