As Sofie from Nimbuzz promised, the company posted a couple of interesting replies to my post about their solution, which I am still testing and finding quite addictive. I'll probably write a few thoughts triggered by their reply, one of which is that this is exactly the sort of product that can (at last) justify paying for a mobile IP service, regardless the underlying technology. So, yes Nimbuzz may be the anti-Skype for incumbent telcos, especially those who have embraced WiFi as part of their ISP offering and IP service as part of the cellular service. In a way, they are giving more flesh to the concept of a personal integrated communications center, something I felt Jajah was also serving pretty well when they hit the market over a year ago.
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