Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Free Internet Phone Service

Skype today released Skype 1.0, its software-based internet calling application that offers high-quality voice calls to other internet and landline users via the any broadband or dialup connection. With more than 23 million worldwide registered users, Skype now includes free Skype-to-Skype calling and conference calling for up to 5 participants, cross-platform communications, rich presence and personalization features, and the pre-pay SkypeOut service, allowing users to call any landline or mobile worldwide for the price of a local call. The software also includes built-in instant messaging, conference calling, logging, contact/personal status options, customization of photo/call alerts, file transfers, support for multiple Skype accounts per computer, and end-to-end encryption.

1 comment:

Vince said...

I have been using Skype for about a month and have been very pleased. There is conferencing capability for up to 4 people for the voice and chat components. I have had numerous conversations with colleagues in Sweden and the quality is excellent.