eBay’s Q1 financial statements published this week show the VoIP company is still increasing revenue, minutes and users.
In the first quarter of 2009, Skype had revenues of USD $153.2 million, up from USD $145 million in Q4 of 2008.
If trading continues in this vein the company is on target for USD $600 million in revenues for the year.
Skype added 37.9 million registered users in Q1 – up from 35 million new users in Q4 2008.
This takes its total tally to 443.2 million.
In addition, it rang up 2.9 billion Skype Out minutes in the quarter – panning out to just over 6.5 minutes per user.
Certainly a healthy position for a company that could be spun off from its parent.