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Topic # 25830 2-Sep-2008 22:00
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Hi All

Our daughter is in the UK she called us today from her mobile phone using Skype it is part of her plan for 15 Quid per month
can we make calls using skype from our cell phones here in NZ and if so how

I am unsure if this is the right forum if not please advise

Regards Peter

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  Reply # 161700 2-Sep-2008 22:13
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Dont think this is the right forum but one of the mods will move it im sure.

I have not seen Skype on mobile phones per se.
It is available as a download for WM5 devices though. Check out the Skype down load section.
I have used it on an Imate Jasjar with good effect.
Either on 3G or wifi network.
3 G network would incur data charges obviously
So technically if a phone is WM5 then yes.
Dont think its available for Symbian OS yet ( S 60)




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