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Grant Sewell wrote:
I guess one advantage of Skype is that it's also available for mobiles. For instance my Nokia e63 on Three has a native Symbian S60 Skype client (voice calling and text chatting only), plus I also have Fring which supports Skype (again voice calling and text only), MSN (text only), Yahoo (text only) and a couple of others. Not sure if it supports Jabber, I believe it does.I'm quite happy with giving them all software-phones. Many people are already using Skype for Skype-Skype communications, so the concept of talking to someone through the computer isn't an alien one. Grant.
On the other hand, my phone also supports SIP (at least via wifi), I haven't tried it over the 3G connection due to not having a SIP account anywhere and well, the 3G in my area is poor.
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