May 28, 2008
The latest version of Skype has introduced free video calls to Linux. Skype 2.0 makes it possible to make and receive free, great quality video calls with much improved audio and ease of use while doing away with hundreds of bugs found in the earlier version. It is available in 20 languages and allows users to make calls from their computer for free to other people in Skype with great low rates on phones and mobiles across the world. Aside from being able to make free video calls to just about anyone in one’s contact list, group chat for up to 150 people and conference calls for up to 25 people can be accommodated.
Many users know Skype from other platforms which partly explain its popularity. The broad usage it affords likewise works to convince users to opt for it.
May 2, 2008
There is no doubt the internet has brought the world closer together and for millions of foreigners living in American this means finally being able to keep in touch with their loved ones overseas on a regular basis without blowing a hole in their pockets. But as many regular users of these low cost phone card services will attest, the lower price often means having to deal with choppy quality calls and frequent hang-ups.
The problem is not technology though as much as competition. There really are good, low prices services available – you just know how to filter the diamonds from the rough. One such example is Truerootes which offers exceptional quality, low cost calling cards to India. Unlike other low quality providers, all call on Trueroots are carried on one of the world’s largest global submarine cable infrastructures. This guarantees one of the best calling experiences in the industry while maintain super low prices.