Free VoIP calls for Android

Skype, the low cost worldwide calling service which relies on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), is now giving free calls to Android mobile users.
Usually Skype calls need to be made from PC to PC, but Skype for Android will work over 3G and Wi-Fi networks.

This is excellent news for Android users who have had to wait a long time for the application to be available on the market. Although a Skype VoIP app for Android appeared when the OS first came out it was limited to Wi-Fi only and was soon withdrawn.
The new app works exactly as Skype does on your PC.You just sign in and then list of your contacts is available.
Early reviews have said that the call quality is excellent and the presentation is sharp.

Recent studies have shown that mobile VoIP services are becoming more popular as increasing amounts of customers want to make calls while on the go.
According to a new report by Allot Communications, mobile data bandwidth usage increased by 68% during the first half of 2010.
Along with another Unified Communications benefit, Instant Messaging, VoIP is a rapidly growing market as businesses look to stay in touch.
The report stated: ""VoIP and IM applications grew significantly during 2010 to become the second fastest growing type of traffic. These forms of UC have become popular, cost-effective alternatives to traditional voice and messaging services."


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