5 Best VoIP Apps for your Mobile Phone
With rapid increase in the trend of making VoIP calls from mobile phones, the competition among some popular apps is continuing to get tense everyday.
Other then fiercely struggling to compete with each other by offering latest features and packages, increasing their availability on various phones, the VoIP companies are undoubtedly providing people with reduced cost for international calls.
VoIP Apps for your Mobile Phone
Keeping a close watch on these apps, I bring you some red-hot apps present in the market which enable people to call their relatives while on-the-go. With Christmas just few days from now, call your relatives this year (from anywhere you are) by using any of these VoIP apps and do share your experience with us.
fringâ„¢ is a mobile internet service & community that enables you to access & interact with your social networks on-the-go, make free calls and live chat with all your fring, SkypeÂ®, MSNÂ® Messenger, Google Talkâ„¢, ICQ, SIP, Twitter, Yahoo!â„¢ and AIMÂ®* friends using your handsetâ€™s internet connection.
Skype mobile is the mobile version of the peer-to-peer (P2P) VoIP phone service. With Skype mobile and a Window mobile 5.0 and higher cellular phone that has WiFi capabilities you can call your Skype friends for free and everyone else for the same low rates as you would with your PC based Skype account.
EQO is a free application that brings your world to your mobile phone. Chat on the go using MSN, Yahoo!, GoogleTalk, QQ, AIM, ICQ and Jabber, or call and text anyone in the world at super-low rates. Invite your friends to join your EQO network and you can use EQO to call them at up to 50% off EQOâ€™s regular calling rate, or send them an EQO Message for free.
Truphone is a free application that lets you make international mobile calls over the internet at incredibly low rates. It offers huge savings on international calls to mobiles and landlines, and Truphone never charges you for calls over the Truphone network, no matter where you are. Other than being available on Nokia and iPhone, you can now get Truphone on Blackberry phones.
By offering low priced international calling rates via GSM and VoIP, Vopium is also an emerging VoIP provider that allows its users to reach the world for less. Available on various devices of Symbian, Windows Mobile, Java and Blackberry, Vopium users only pays the mobile provider for a local call and Vopium for the international add-on.
These were the best apps I knew of. What VoIP do you use? Is it any better than the ones mentioned above?