Tuesday, February 6, 2007


Fring: Skype on your cellular phone

I have used Skype on my Pocket PC in the past and I am very glad to see that Skype is now available on advanced cell phones as well. Fring uses the data connection of the phone to make peer-to-peer VoIP calls, send instant messages and talk with VoIP applications such as Skype and Google Talk. The service itself free, you only pay for the data traffic (which varies wildly depending on your data contract).

fring™ roams seamlessly between Wi-Fi and 3G networks while bypassing traditional mobile voice and SMS text messaging services. This means that fring™ enables mobile-to-mobile calls, mobile-to-landline calls, and mobile-to-PC calls including integration into Skype and Google Talk wherever you are.
fring™ , patent pending P2P Mobile VoIP technology, works over GPRS, 3G and Wi-Fi networks, and is a PC-independent, mobile VoIP service with no need for proprietary hardware.

Why on earth did I swap my compatible Nokia 6630 for a Motorola last month???

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