iCall might just be the real thing when it comes to making and receiving calls over WiFi via the iPhone. They guys at iCall say they’ve got a working prototype, but due to Apple’s developer app NDA they can’t give it to anyone. Additionally, they claim that you can transfer an active cell phone call to VoIP without any interruptions in conversation.
Hit the the ‘leap’ to watch their hokey little video they made detailing the process. Unfortunately, it doesn’t bring any additional credence to the product, but it does put it in an easily digestible manner for those not familiar with the idea.
Personally, I love the idea, but I gotta wonder what happens when Skype releases their iPhone App? I should mention that iCall offers an App for Windows users that lets you call anyone for free. Sure does make my $3 a month Skype habit look expensive.
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