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Analysts ponder what an independent Skype will mean for Canada

News | 04/20/2009 11:21 am EDT

Analysts say an independent Skype could make significant noise in the market, even in Canada, where the full suite of Skype services aren’t yet available. Comments come after a busy month during which TeleGeography Research described Skype as the world’s largest long-distance phone company and its owner, eBay Inc., announced plans to unload the ill-fitting VoIP service.

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