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Over half a million years

That's the amount of minutes people spent over the phone chatting in 2006 and that's only for International calls. more

[tags] voice over internet protocol, telecoms firms, making international calls, voice over internet, half a million, traditional networks, voice traffic, million years, slowdown, 1 billion [/tags]

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  1. out of that, how much time did you waste?!

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  2. Now we know why those telcos are so loaded....lol

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  3. do u have statistics on how many hours we spend online? i spend around..8-12 :D

    jad i came over to wish u Eid mubarak w kol saneh w inta b kahir

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  4. Chika
    I consume around six hours every month.

    Helen
    Yeah, so loaded and so rich.

    Malage6
    You spend 8-12 hour a day online? GOD!! now I understand why you don't blog much :p

    Merry Eid & Happy Christmas 7ajeh Malage6.

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