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Good news for iPhone users: now you can make free VOIP calls over 3G on iPhone with Nimbuzz!
Yes, after months of waiting it’s finally happened: the Wi-Fi hunt is over. Now you can call all your friends from Nimbuzz, Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Windows Live Messenger or Gtalk for free, using just your 3G internet connection and Nimbuzz!
You will also cut down your international calling costs with NimbuzzOut (NimbuzzOut rates). Now you can use your NimbuzzOut credits to call your family and friends from abroad really(really) cheap from wherever you are.
Good news for iPhone users: the new Nimbuzz update includes chat history, a long awaited and much requested feature! [ download here]
The new Nimbuzz version also fixes the push notification issue some of you had plus it’s loads faster!
Thank you all for the feedback and suggestions!
Today we would like to share with you how easy it is to use NimbuzzOut on the iPhone or iPod Touch:
The first thing you need to do is make sure you have the most recent version of Nimbuzz installed on your device. You can download it here.
If you are using NimbuzzOut on your iPhone for the first time you need to:
AT&T (in the USA) on Tuesday said it has made the necessary changes to enable voice over IP iPhone apps to run on its wireless network. Before Tuesday, VoIP apps would only work over a Wi-Fi network. In other words, if you wanted to use Nimbuzz to call a friend, you had to be connected to a regular Internet wireless network. Once you were out of range of that network, the call would end.
What does this mean for South African Nimbuzz users?
I am writing this post because of an incident last weekend. After a long week of work I went for dinner with a few friends and afterwards we ended up in a local hang-out in Cape Town having a few well deserved drinks. It was busy and somehow somebody managed to grab my iPhone and wallet out of my back pocket. I won’t go into the facts that I should be more careful, the costs of replacing everything and the time spent doing so because my blood-pressure will just rise too high.
I had my iPhone for just under a year and it truly had become my favourite companion with email, music, internet, facebook and Nimbuzz all in my one little toy. After it was gone I realised how much information is actually on there. One good thing was that there is always a backup of the information on my MAC and my mobileMe account.
South Africans love their Apple products and we want them to love them even more!
That is why today we are launching Nimbuzz Apple suite, which brings Nimbuzz to your Mac [download Nimbuzz for Mac] and iPhone [download Nimbuzz for iPhone], matching the familiar design and UI style of Apple products you are used to, and unique features you haven’t seen!
Check out all the features in the video below and get more details after the jump:
Wi-Fi in the Sky is the next big thing! (or so they say)
Each day, our lives become more and more mobile, and we need to always be available to our family, friends or business contacts.
The latest buzz in the blogosphere is the project of introducing a Wi-Fi connection, in the airplanes. This will result in complete and “always on” presence online for the ones that need it (like me ).
For U.S. we already have dates when Wi-Fi will be available for most of the travelers.
“AirTran Airways will equip all of its 136 planes with Wi-Fi by the end of July 2009.”
“Delta Air Lines, which operates more than 1,000 planes, and American Airlines, with more than 600 jets, are rolling the service out over the next year (2010).” [LAtimes]
We have just released our new iPhone version of Nimbuzz to , and also turn the iPod Touch into an iPhone.
With free Wi-Fi calls to instant messaging buddies already available, we have added a full dial-pad, and the ability to make VoIP calls to landlines and mobile phones at significantly reduced rates with Skype Out, and via our 10 VoIP partners including Gizmo5, Vyke, sipgate and A1.
Turn your iPod Touch into an iPhone! Make calls over Wi-Fi via SkypeOut or via your VoIP provider. You can even see the available Skype Out credit you have directly on the dial pad! Just use the Apple headset with a microphone.
If Wi-Fi is unavailable you can make VoIP calls to Nimbuzz buddies using Nimbuzz .
Dial-Up VoIP? What this means is that Nimbuzz dials a local access number that connects to anywhere in the world via Nimbuzz VoIP servers. So you can call your Nimbuzz buddies anywhere for the same cost of a domestic call
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