UK WiFi Users Get Free Skype Calls

By | March 3, 2005

Skype is moved into wireless telephony by announceing that a deal with UK wireless provider Broadreach, the BBC reports.

People using wireless net hotspots will soon be able to make free phone calls as well as surf the net.

Wireless provider Broadreach and net telephony firm Skype are rolling out a service at 350 hotspots around the UK this week.

Users will need a Skype account – downloadable for free – and they will then be able to make net calls via wi-fi without paying for net access.


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