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Fring app lets you talk over 3G now...no update need..apple change there mind..
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    Fring app lets you talk over 3G now...no update need..apple change there mind..
    THANK ME THANK THANK AGAIN..

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    i dont like paying more money than i have to
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    Quote Originally Posted by djarben View Post
    Do some research mate,even if you buy pay us you service you still get it for free as well as msn , i have been using it for 5 months now, payment plan is £10 a month, Look like you have been ripped off by ur provider
    Three is such an appalling network that they throw it in for free and charge peanuts and still can't get customers - those they do get leave very quickly. I rang them last week to cancel the only contract I had with them. Having tried them on and off since 2003 it will take a lot more than free VoIP to tempt me back.
    I was referring to the real networks in the UK not Three.
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    I have an idea why they did allow iCall to become the only exclusive VoIP provider on 3G Network for the iPhone. They are planning to set some sort of plan with the iPad since it will be capable of running on 3G networks. If that is true, then Apple is using iCall as a way to market their newly formed iPads and when that happens their profit growth in iPads will rise overtime. This is my guess for the reason why iCall was allowed to let their application run on 3G networks.

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