According to Reuters, Skype for iPhone and iPod touch will be available as of tomorrow (March 31), while BlackBerry users will be able to enjoy it starting May.
Most probably, the iPhone and BlackBerry Skype applications will have many of the features included in the desktop version.
So users should expect free Skype-to-Skype calling, instant messaging, low-rate Skype-to-mobile calling and so on.
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