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Is there a VoIP SIP client for Windows phone - or does anyone know if there's one in the pipeline anywhere?
I have fring on a 2talk account on my phone. Only used it once over WiFi, but seemed to work well.
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only google talk app is available atm on windows phone 7. won't see any voip clients for a while since developers don't have access to the required API's yet.
Do whatever you want to do man.
Sorry should of mentioned, I have Windows Mobile 6.5
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cjmack: Sorry should of mentioned, I have Windows Mobile 6.5
In which case you're asking an entirely different question!
There are plenty of SIP softphones for Windows Mobile, Google is your friend.
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