Skype now available for the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet
If you have bought (or perhaps are still considering buying) the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet, here’s something that could ease your running costs a little – Skype is now available on the device via a Wi-Fi network.
Skype for the Nokia N800 will be available for download for new and existing users. “Skype is the recognised leader in internet calling, with more than 196 million registered users worldwide. The Nokia N800 gives people easy access to the internet and it’s a natural step that they will want to make Skype calls away from their desktop.” said Ari Virtanen, Vice President, Convergence Products, Nokia. “Consumers can now start enjoying the benefits of Skype on the Nokia N800 and experience a free and easy way to stay in touch with friends, family and business colleagues around the world.”
Support for Skype for the Nokia N800 is available with the feature upgrade release to the latest OS 2007 edition. The feature upgrade also adds a Flash 9 browser plug-in, support for larger capacity memory cards and enhanced online use-times among other improvements.
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