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Mobile application features integrated video support

Video calling comes to iPhone

Fring has unveiled the first video over internet service for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

The service is embedded in to the Fring application, which enables free VoIP calls on the devices, and allows iPhone users to receive incoming video calls.

The co-founder and CEO of Fring Avi Shechter commented: “We were the first to bring mobile voice over internet (VoIP) to mobile devices, the first to bring iPhone and iPod touch users the choice to make free Internet calls, the first to enable cost-saving mobile twitter over internet, and now we’re proud to continue leading the field of rich mobile-internet communication by bringing users the world’s first fring video calls over internet for the iPhone and iPod touch.”

Due to the unfortunate positioning of the camera on Apple’s devices, out going video calls are not possible, however users of the Nokia Symbian S60 can make full use of the service.

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