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Re: Viber Out Aims to Out-Do Skype in International Calling Game
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2014-01-31 23:52:32
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Viber on Monday launched v4.1 of its eponymous VoIP chat application. It includes Viber Out, a feature that lets users call anyone mobile phones or landlines anywhere. Calls to other Viber users are free; otherwise, a fee is assessed. The company also unveiled additions to its line of stickers. Viber, which has 200 million or so users, is targeting Skype, which is aiming for 1 billion. "Viber's user base is not bad, but it's not going to beat out Skype," said Ronald Gruia, director of emerging telecomms at Frost & Sullivan.


Re: Viber Out Aims to Out-Do Skype in International Calling Game
Posted by: rubenazarian 2015-12-24 02:51:55 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
I recommend to use YunGO app instead of Viber out. Of course using a Viber in calls and messages are very comfortable, as Viber has huge network, but if someone wants to call directly to mobile or landline, than YunGO is better choice. Its calling rates are cheapest and starts from $0.07 per minute. Its possible to download directly from their official website, also it is available both in Play Market and App Store.

Re: Viber Out Aims to Out-Do Skype in International Calling Game
Posted by: LelandRodgers 2016-01-22 23:33:37 In reply to: rubenazarian
Really a great advice for all the one get an aware on Skype in International Calling Game . It is really a great thing for share.
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