During the last two years Europe has been a prime innovator in VoIP services, whether stand-alone, bundled as a triple play offer, or through fixed-mobile convergence packages. The numerous all-IP networks which are being built across the region provide a range of IP services in which VoIP is just one component. While Skype still dominates the platform in Europe, largely through its ease of use, VoIP is increasingly becoming a standard component of bundled offers wherein consumers receive free calls as part of their subscription. This report presents statistics and analysis on the VoIP market in Europe in 2007, noting the regulatory environment and the range of services offered. It also assesses scenarios for further development to the end of the decade.