'Fring' brings cheap voice to mobile phones

08 March 2007

TEL AVIV: An Israeli start-up company called Fring has beaten Skype to the market with a recently launched mobile phone and chat service that enables callers to make free or very cheap Internet calls around the world.   

Fring gives away a free software package that uses the wireless Internet connection on advanced mobile phones to establish a phone call, similar to how Skype brought free Internet calls to personal computers.   

Fring works with any wireless broadband connection on a phone, including short-range Wi-Fi networks or third generation (3G) cellular networks.   

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