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CNET News Daily Podcast: AT&T finally warms to VoIP

In today's podcast, we talk about AT&T allowing VoIP apps to run on its network, allowing services like Skype to work over 3G, and not just Wi-Fi--as well as some of today's top stories.

In today's podcast, we get CNET News writer Tom Krazit in the studio to talk about yesterday's news that AT&T will finally allow voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) applications to run on its network. This opens up the field for apps from Vonage and Skype to actually compete with AT&T's business, and possibly bring Google's Voice service to Apple's iPhone.


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AT&T to allow VoIP iPhone apps on 3G network