iPhone Users Can Now Make Internet-Based Calls

Friday Jan 29th 2010 by Datamation.com Staff

"Apple this week allowed new versions of several Voice over Internet Protocol services to begin working on the iPhone, according to those services."

LA Times: For the first time, Apple has approved VoIP apps for listing in it App Store. As a result, iPhone users may be able to save money on their monthly contracts by making Internet-based calls.

iCall Inc. claims it was the first VoIP app to be approved. Customers who use the company's service can pay $10 per month for unlimited VoIP calls or make free 5-minute-or-less calls when they listen to an ad first.

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