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Skype is now available in Apps Store

UPDATE: I used my iPhone Apps Store to get this information for Skype.

"Skype is free calls and instant messages. And you can call landlines and mobiles anywhere in the world at great rates. Skype is free to download and easy to use.

Free Skype-to-Skype Callls

With Skype on your iPhone or iPod touch, simply sign into Skype from any WiFi zone, and call friends and family on Skype totally free.

See who's online and instant message them.

Sign into Skype via 3G, Edge, GPRS or WiFi and check who's online - then instant message them whenever and wherever the mood strikes."

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This is an excellent application add-on to your iPhone or iPod where you can instant messaging (chat) and talk free through your WIFI service, 3G, GPRS or EDGE which ever is available. I'm not sure about the video feature if this will be part of Skype iPhone Apps.

I visited Skype.com website to get the details of Skype Apps but I can't find this information from their website. Maybe I'm too fast for them. Well I will check them again.

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