Launched by Verizon in March for Android and BlackBerry users, Skype Mobile will be available to some of the carrier’s non-smartphone users, too.
According to Verizon, “several 3G Multimedia phones” will be compatible with Skype sometime later this year.
With Skype Mobile, users can make free and unlimited Skype-to Skype calls all around the world. Verizon will update the application soon, with an enhanced UI, and support for more languages (Korean and simple Chinese).
Samsung Reality, one of Verizon’s 3G featurephones that might get Skype
At the moment, Verizon is the only US operator that offers Skype to mobile subscribers. If you have a compatible Verizon smartphone, you can download the application here.
Via Press release
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