iPhone Users Can Now Make Internet-Based Calls

Friday Jan 29th 2010 by Datamation.com Staff
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"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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