Frings Brings Video Calls to Nokia Symbian 9.3 Devices

Tuesday 2nd March 2010 - 15:26

A few weeks ago Fring announced the release of the world’s first mobile internet video calls on Symbian S60 and iPhone/iPod touch.

Yestarday the company said on its blog that also Nokia E72 & E75 (and all other Symbian 9.3) users can now video call with their friends on fring and Skype for free.

Fring recommends that all Nokia S60 users download the latest version, as it contains some quality improvements, bug fixes and better connectivity in some specific scenarios.

The new version for all Symbian S60 devices is available here.

According to Fring, video calls now account for about 60% of all VoIP traffic in Western Europe.


Related articles
MWC 2010: Interview with Gil Regev of Fring
More and More iPhone Apps Support VoIP over 3G
fring Brings World’s First Video Calls to the iPhone
More about: fring , video calls , nokia , symbian , skype
If you found this article interesting, please consider subscribing to our RSS feed, or becoming a member of biz-news to have future articles delivered to your feed reader or mailbox
Latest News
Advertise with us and reach to an audience of thousands of High Tech professionals
Comments
Your Name *
Your Email *
Your email will not be disclosed anywhere
Antispam Control