“The No. 1 request we get from customers is to make Skype available on iPhone. There’s a pent-up demand,” said Durchslag.
It seems that Skype is targeting the iPhone users, with its totally includable iPhone apps that allow subscribers to use the phone numbers in their existing iPhone address book so they do not need duplicate lists. Skype’s iPhone application will be free download as well as Skype to Skype calls. Charging will starts for desktop and traditional phone calls.
Recently Skype tells that it would come on Nokia’s flagship N97, Google G1 and Windows Mobile users now including iPhone and Blackberry users will have the taste of cheap calls from Skype. With this time of economy blues, having a much cheaper way of communication, sitting in a hot spot while enjoying free unlimited calls.
We still wanted to hear what the stand of AT&T here, as it’s known to monopolize the iPhone calls as its official carrier. Skype may consume all its revenue from phones calls from its free and cheaper phone call offerings.
Imagine Nokia, Apple, Google G1, Blackberry and Windows Mobile serving Skype, no words how Skype will dominates internet calls as well its mobile position as its current servings for mySpace, Facebook and Twitter.