Skype strikes deal to transmit voice messages to mobiles

11 February 2007

Skype, the internet telecoms group owned by eBay, will unveil a deal tomorrow with Spinvox, the UK voice-to-text technology company, as it begins an aggressive strategy to become a global communications giant.

The company, which enables its customers to make phone calls over the internet (VoIP), will announce the tie-up with Spinvox at 3GSM, the global convention for the mobile telecoms industry, in Barcelona.

The agreement will see Skype use Spinvox technology to transfer voice messages left on its customers' computers to their mobile phones in the form of text messages.

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