With fring Call Friends And Stay Connected on AIM, Skype, MSN, ICQ For Free

Library Blog Buzz has always covered free and useful services. I personally would love to call friends and family free of charge over the Internet from my mobile to their mobile or PC, or maybe from my computer to their mobile.

If I can send and receive my documents, videos, music, and ringtones, that will be even better. And what if I stay connected with my buddies through Skype, MSN Messenger, ICQ, Google Talk, Twitter, AIM & Yahoo!

Well all of this is possible with fring and its VoIP protocol ( the technology used to transmit voice conversations over a data network using an internet protocol.)

The fring solution establishes a peer-to-peer VoIP connection between calling parties, enabling true VoIP sessions between fring enabled handsets and also between handsets and PCs. …fring is based on a unique thin-client technology that for the first time enables true VoIP over 3G, GPRS and WiFi networks

Library customers and you can save money when you use fring. How much are you saving, you ask? Check the table.

Dont know how to use fring ? Not a problem. The company has created a few educational videos.

With fring, you are always on. You can call, even when you take your SIM card. Take a look at the video below.

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3 Responses to With fring Call Friends And Stay Connected on AIM, Skype, MSN, ICQ For Free

  1. anonymous says:

    Anonymous writes:You can see a lot of educational videos on Yobler.com

  2. LibraryImportant says:

    Thank you. I will check Yobler.

  3. anonymous says:

    Anonymous writes:conect to my cell phone

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