Daily VoIP News Digest
Monday 30th of March 2009

Adepto Telecom and Fring partner on mobile VoIP

by Jan Harris
March 6, 2008

Adepto Telecom has announced a new partnership with mobile internet service, Fring.

Adepto Telecom’s VoIP and low cost telephone services will allow Fring customers to make free mobile calls, from an internet connected handset, to their Skype, MSN Messenger, Google Talk, ICQ, Twitter, Yahoo and AIM contacts.

The service also display which contacts are online, and whether they are already engaged on a call, by combining all buddies into one, integrated contact list

According to the founder and chief executive of Adepto Telecom, Mr Ismayil Tahmazov, Adepto offers a free mobile service which allows customers to talk and chat with other Adepto Telecom customers, as well as their Skype, MSN Messenger, Google Talk, ICQ, Twitter, Yahoo! and AIM buddies for free, using a mobile internet data plan or WiFi account, instead of costly airtime minutes.

Fring is free to download from the company’s website - www.fring.com - and free to use. The only cost incurred by the user is the mobile internet connection.

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