Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Jajah: Cheap VOIP on your mobile

Somehow I have avoided using VOIP services such as Skype. The idea of installing software, using a mic and headset on your computer, it all seemed awkward. You see, I love my mobile. I love to walk around when I talk, can I can't ever stay in one place.

Enter today Jajah Mobile. These VOIP innovators are now developing a software plug in for mobile phones, and released it already for J2ME (Java) based and Sybmian phones. You can go to their website and see if it works yet for your phone.

Downloading the software enables you to use Jajah to bypass your carrier long distance, and enjoy free or highly discounted VOIP calling rates.

What's next? It's rumored that Jajah is developing a system to let you access its service directly from an IVR menu that you call the old fashioed way, freeing VOIP completely from the desktop.


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