Skype Blocks Fring!!!

Skype Blocks Fring!!!

Some of you might have noticed that Skype no longer works on your Fring application and there is a reason for this, Skype blocked Fring. Here is a part from the official press release.
Last week, following the surge in fring video calling traffic, fring service to Skype was temporarily reduced . Unfortunately, Skype and their legal team demanded not to restore your connectivity to Skype via fring.
Needless to say, we are very disappointed that Skype is now trying to muzzle competition, even at the expense of its own users.
While we regret Skype's decision to block fring, we are committed to continuing to provide you with market-leading innovation, to keep you in touch with your friends, wherever they are.


 


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Published on 17.07.2010 in Symbian Freeware Blog

Comments: Skype Blocks Fring!!!

Posted by TALALSRILANKA on Monday, July 19, 2010 18:18
I MISS FRING ALOT THESE DAYS..................I MISS YOU SO MUCH BUDDY/FRING
Posted by waseem on Monday, July 26, 2010 13:23
this is greate website show latest things latest applications and other and plz send this skype fring
Posted by Afayo james malcon jafa on Wednesday, August 04, 2010 14:28
Am havin nokia 6680 can i access sype usin this phone if posible how pliz help me i miss comunicatin with ma family.james malcon
Posted by harbin on Monday, August 09, 2010 01:41
its is very sad to here that Skype no longer works on our Fring application . ok we can use nimbuz
Posted by najm on Thursday, October 07, 2010 05:25
it is very clad to be with you
Posted by Mohmed on Monday, November 08, 2010 11:32
i think you well be longer the skype
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Posted by tawazzile on Monday, July 25, 2011 06:36
skype is moving around from nimbuzz and dis time its fring
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how to get skype application for my nokia n80
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Posted by emdadraj on Sunday, February 05, 2012 06:12
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Posted by raja on Sunday, February 05, 2012 20:23
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Posted by kojow on Friday, April 27, 2012 05:45
thanks thats nice
Posted by Damaris on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 08:11
true. problem is how do you setlte the issue of downloadable apps and the issue of too many players?Other than an operator stepping in and adopting it wholeheartedly, I see no way.@Henryk this is what I like most about people who preach mobile VoIP they provide the value of the service and ignore the fact that for 90% or more of the population of cellular customers aren't going to use it because of the reasons I stated here.I think it's time for mobile VoIP to become a reality I would certainly want to see it grow, but I don't think the market is there yet.
Posted by Chiio on Wednesday, December 31, 2014 18:50
Antoine,The firefox cocpnet is a very interesting cocpnet. I'll really need to think it over and see how it works for me for voice communication related services is it more suitable than the AppStore paradigm? I don't know, though it does sound like it.It means that Mobile VoIP clients will fade away, and be replaced by Mobile VoIP service providers (what they really are today). But then again, will the service providers let that happen, or will they just provide 99% of these services out of the box on their own?
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Posted by Robin on Saturday, January 10, 2015 09:11
Ooooh, good points here and many of which that I didn't cinsoder. Your numbers 1 and 2 though have been the nail in the coffin so far for me. I really think that manufacturers need to push the contact/address book envelope more and enable VoIP services (SIP, APIs, whatever) to minimize this end of things. Because until those two are settled, VoIP will indeed stay a niche application/service on the mobile end.


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