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  Reply # 365122 8-Aug-2010 21:38
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  Reply # 365123 8-Aug-2010 21:40
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I have fring... I actually have a very old account on Fring, created when they were a very small company. I will try Nimbuzz.




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  Reply # 365126 8-Aug-2010 21:44
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When i *have* to use MSN, i use MSN Talk. Free on market.

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  Reply # 365129 8-Aug-2010 21:45
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I just use MSN Droid, seems ok and also free on the market.

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  Reply # 365146 8-Aug-2010 22:27
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I don't use MSN much. Fring can do it. Looks like there is a good selection of apps. Id be guided by the number of stars and the comments left.




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  Reply # 365168 9-Aug-2010 00:26
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Im using Meebo. Keen to try others though. I wish the android client was given as much attention as the iPhone one.

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  Reply # 365170 9-Aug-2010 00:53
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i use msn only so i use msn talk...no point to use fring or nimbuzz since skype is not working anymore :p

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  Reply # 365180 9-Aug-2010 05:53
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dannywii: i use msn only so i use msn talk...no point to use fring or nimbuzz since skype is not working anymore :p


Thats weird as I set up Nimbuzz on Friday and Skype worked fine?

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  Reply # 365182 9-Aug-2010 06:01
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kiwitrc:
dannywii: i use msn only so i use msn talk...no point to use fring or nimbuzz since skype is not working anymore :p


Thats weird as I set up Nimbuzz on Friday and Skype worked fine?


can u make voice call with it? can other side hear u?
i think its blocked or something either side cant hear anything

only VOIP on android now is SIP set up take too long and its hard to use :( 

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  Reply # 365183 9-Aug-2010 06:05
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dannywii:
kiwitrc:
dannywii: i use msn only so i use msn talk...no point to use fring or nimbuzz since skype is not working anymore :p


Thats weird as I set up Nimbuzz on Friday and Skype worked fine?


can u make voice call with it? can other side hear u?
i think its blocked or something either side cant hear anything

only VOIP on android now is SIP set up take too long and its hard to use :( 


Thats exactly what I did. I had a friend call me. I didnt try to make an outgoing call though but the Echo123 worked to start with so I assume that works as well. I am not a big skype user so didnt try it over the weekend.

Its easy to set up, give it a go.

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  Reply # 365191 9-Aug-2010 07:25
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I used to use iOS and found eBuddy to be the best on that platform. I picked up the Android version on day one of getting my Nexus and haven't had any problems with it.

The catch is that you need to create an eBuddy account and provide your MSN login details so there's an element of trust required there.

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