fring for iPhone now supports VoIP over 3G

Friday, January 29, 2010

Almost as soon as Apple has allowed third-party developers of applications for the iPhone implement VoIP over 3G, rather the creators of the popular client fring introduced the possibility of making calls through this channel. Now removed all restrictions on voice or video calls through 3G for all users of fring on iPhone. Naturally, the ability to use Wi-Fi is also preserved.

The most interesting is that in order to fring for iPhone is a new opportunity, nothing else to do. Simply start fring and enjoy. If suddenly the user still gets the message "VoIP calls are not allowed", simply close the program (menu "More" -> "Go offline"), then restart it. Also, developers are advised to ascertain that the mobile operator itself does not block (or does not prohibit the use of) VoIP within their networks before using fring. Find a fresh version of fring for your mobile device can be on the download page.