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    Skype Users - Try iSkoot

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    Great for cheap international calls and roaming.

    Currently only lacking the file transfer function.

    Seems to be free of charge, for now.
    Last edited by rmarkowitz; 04-22-2008 at 09:30 PM.

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    http://www.iskoot.com, accessible from your BlackBerry...



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    apparantly UMA calls are charged according to your serviceplan. I need an app that allows VOIP so I can make calls my service provider cannot see

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    just to confirm this has been pasted by an administrator in the blackberry section of the iskoot forum

    Hi.

    iSkoot calls are directed over your GPRS connection to a local access number based on your number in "Set to Receive Calls".

    Currently, iSkoot does not work over WiFi for calls.

    Good luck!

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    i STILL don't get how this service works.. so basically it calls a local access number (using your airtime), goes through the skype network to connect to a international number, so essentially it's using skype as a calling card?

    someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't see a point in this service.. why not just get a calling card?

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