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  # 245478 12-Aug-2009 08:28
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Can they not connect our lines up to voip like telecom says they for there landline connecting on there end for cheaper calls




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  # 245486 12-Aug-2009 09:35
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bcourtney:
ahmad: Ignoring whether or not I should be doing it or not, are there any iPhone apps or jailbroken apps that will allow me to VoIP over 3G to a loved one on a fixed ADSL line?


Off topic, but Skype works rather well


Apologies - Skype doesn't work on 3G, only on Wifi.

I forget that in nearly all places where I use my iPhone during the day I have a wifi connection!

 
 
 
 


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  # 245514 12-Aug-2009 10:55
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bcourtney:
bcourtney:
ahmad: Ignoring whether or not I should be doing it or not, are there any iPhone apps or jailbroken apps that will allow me to VoIP over 3G to a loved one on a fixed ADSL line?


Off topic, but Skype works rather well


Apologies - Skype doesn't work on 3G, only on Wifi.

I forget that in nearly all places where I use my iPhone during the day I have a wifi connection!


OK, but Skype does work on 3g though....

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  # 246506 14-Aug-2009 11:41
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well the only cheap rates are for calling, i have telecoms $10 for 500 txts ok i dont use all of that but what i did use last month 132 txt which came down to 7 cents each txt ,and thats to all networks , by the rates page for 022 500 txt would be $100.

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