SKYPE, the fastest-growing Internet communication service in the world, notched up its 100,000,000th user today and because the service has proven to be robust, it's the one my mom uses to call me from the States to Ireland. Mom does not have a computer. She pays nothing for the call. She rings my SkypeIn number. You can get Skype in 27 languages. I've never seen more than 3.7m people online with Skype at any one time and I'm starting to think that some of the 100m users are SkypeIn accounts. If 100m Skype IDs exist, it's remarkable that so few of them are online at once. That's what Jaanus seems to say in his comment on Wagstaff's post.
Jeremy Wagstaff -- "Skype's 100 Million: Where the Hell Are They?"