Free 3G Calls on the Updated Skype Client for Apple’s iPhone

Upgraded iPhone Skype ClientSkype announced that a new version of its iPhone application is now available on the Apple App Store. The new version 2.0 of the iPhone Skype Client allows consumers to use Skype to make calls over a 3G connection. Previous and older versions of the Skype client for iPhone only made it possible for Skype calls when the iPhone has access to wireless internet.

3G Skype to Skype calls will be free throughout the end of the year. Skype stated that it will announce pricing in the future for the next 2011 years, and beyond.

The new iPhone skype client features very improved CD-like audio in the calls, in addition to the 3G calling capability. It also features a better call audio quality indicator and faster start-up times plus quick access to the dial pad from the home screen of the Apple iPhone. The new skype application for the iPhone is now available on the Apple App Store.

Source : MobileBurn

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