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Save money on international or other expensive phone calls by making them over Wi-Fi.
Truphone for iPod transforms your 2nd or 3rd generation iPod Touch into a phone and keeps you in touch with the people that matter to you.***Now...
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Call and message other Truphone users for free over Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G. Call around the world for just cents per minute. Keep your existing phone...
Truphone is offerng free calls to US numbers on Thanksgiving. If you know anyone in the US, this could be the time to call them and tell them how to say 'niche' properly
The latest version of Truphone's VoIP app makes calls sound better and instant messages easier to manage. Plus, it lets you add funds to your account with just a few taps.
This company's free iPhone app offers international calls for 6 cents per minute to landlines and 30 cents to mobile phones, using Wi-Fi hot spots.
New service will enable international travelers to use a single phone and single SIM card to make calls in many countries while avoiding roaming rates.
Also: Netbiscuits has partnered with AdMob to bring the company's advertising platform to mobile users, and Google announces that iPhone and Android users can now edit Google Spreadsheets.
Starting next week, the App Store download will incorporate functionality for Skype, Twitter, Google Talk, MSN Messenger, and Yahoo Messenger communications.
An earlier version of this story mischaracterized the state of the U.S. iPhone 3G's SIM card. It can be removed, but AT&T does not provide an unlock code so that another carrier's SIM card will work on the phone.
The Truphone application sold in the App Store now works for iPhone users outside Wi-Fi hot spots, but U.S. customers traveling abroad should beware of AT&T roaming charges.
How to make calls on your iPhone without a cellular connection
Also: Charles River Ventures raises $320 million in funding; Kickapps now supports Facebook Connect and OpenID; Ecomii.com has a new site design; and Truphone unveils flat monthly calling plans.