VoIP breaks onto iPhone and iPod

13 December 2007

Voice calls over the internet have migrated onto Apple's new iPod and
iPhone products through a new application created by VoIP technology
developer Raketu.

Owners of the iPhone and iPod Touch can now
use their device's web browser to make a connection over the web that
allows them to talk to other people around the world.

Using the
scheme means that international calls can be essentially free, although
a monthly subscription fee to Raketu is required.

While the iPhone has already been targeted by other consumer VoIP services, Raketu's application is one of the first to work on the iPod Touch over its web connection.

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