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Tuesday, 14 August 2007 08:48

Germans offer free skype for iPhone

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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AT&T is gonna love this one


SHAPE Services, of Stuttgart, Germany, has announced the availability of IM+ Skype for the FUD phone also known as the iPhone.

You can simply access http://skypeforiphone.com with the Safari browser, and talk to your Skype contacts or call landlines while paying nothing to the good people of AT&T.

"No tweaks are necessary", promises Igor Berezovsky, the company's CEO. A fully mobile application is the way to go, at least when you consider Apple's stances on third party software.

IM+ for Skype is already available for BlackBerry RIM, Windows Mobile Pocket PC, Palm OS, Symbian and J2ME devices. The application works in any network and doesn't require WiFi.

For more info on how to wiggle your way around AT&T and Apple's EU partners, click here. We're sure they won't mind, they've got enough cash as it is.

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