Skype Beta 2.2 for Windows Mobile now supports Smartphones

Cellular users with generous data plans now have another way to make calls. In a move sure to have cellular providers slapping fine print onto their data-plan contracts faster than you can say "unlimited usage", the Skype Group has enabled Windows Mobile Smartphone support in the latest beta release of their self-titled application.

Skype has made a name for itself recently for allowing free outbound calls from Skype users to landlines in North America - an offer which expires at the end of the 2006 calendar year. While there might only be less than twenty days remaining in that time period, cellular subscribers with a Smartphone and data plan can now get on board and merrily decimate their monthly bandwidth allotment making calls through Skype's VoIP (Voice over IP) system.

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