Skype has now released a beta version of Skype for Your Mobile, which gives users another way to connect and communicate via their mobile phone, no matter where they are and what they are doing.
This service is compatible with about 50 of the most popular Java-enabled mobile phones from some of the top names in the industry: Motorola, Sony Ericsson, and Nokia, and Samsung.
There is an extensive list of features offered by this version of Skype for Your Mobile, making it even more easy to use and convenient for users.
The beta version is available worldwide with features such as chat, presence, and you can receive calls from Skype users as well as through Skypeln.
Gareth O’Loughlin, the head of mobile and hardware devices at Skype, says that Skype for Your Mobile is intended to expand Skype users’ mobile options in a space that also includes a nicely humming parenership with 3, of the 3 Skypephone fame, in eight markets.
Just a few days ago we mentioned how Skype expanded their unlimited calling subscription options, which is really beneficial to you here, because this is just one way to cut costs even more to use Skype’s new services.
If you want to get the full story you can view the press release for all the details.
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