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Topic # 24732 1-Aug-2008 07:32
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have been told to use enterpris acticvation server which is my own server as this will allow me to do voip on my blackberry or this ? can anyone help ?


Hi i have been recommended to use jahah, and i have just joined but i cannot make a free call via skype , i joined because i was told it is free for me to make voip calls on this with blackberry is this correct ?

Here is the link that said about jahah :

http://www.voip-weblog.com/50226711/free_c..._blackberry.php

can any one confirm or help me configure if so,


Thanks

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  Reply # 153181 1-Aug-2008 07:54
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Who are you trying to call?

Jajah is not a free service and is also not compatible with Skype but it is possible to call Skype users from Jajah.

Jahah is also not a "true" VoIP product - you simply enter your phone number on a web page along with the number you are calling and it establishes a regular voice call to your mobile phone and then connects you to the remote party. This is not free and last time I looked used to cost around US 40c per minute to make a call from a mobile phone in NZ to a landline.



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  Reply # 153186 1-Aug-2008 08:01
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hi thanks for coming back to me, i want to call skype users from my mobile, which is blackberry, and naturally i want to call them for free ? any ideas ?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 153187 1-Aug-2008 08:03
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josephlewismullen: hi thanks for coming back to me, i want to call skype users from my mobile, which is blackberry, and naturally i want to call them for free ? any ideas ?
it will never be free as you will need to pay for the data traffic.

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