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Skype Adds New Services for Internet Phoning
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/16/2005 10:13:00 AM.

Skype, the fast-growing Internet telephony company, launched on Friday a voice mail and phone access service in eight countries including the United States, stepping up competitive pressure on incumbent operators.
Skype, whose software allows people to make free phone calls over the Internet, said users could now get up to three phone numbers which will allow them to be reached by phone from any ordinary handset, fixed or mobile.
Previously Skype users could only be reached from a computer connected to the Internet.
"This makes Skype much more ubiquitous," Skype Chief Executive and co-founder Niklas Zennstrom told Reuters.
Skype, which launched its Internet software only 20 months ago and never advertised it once, counts 34 million registered users - a little more than the population of Canada.
The company's growth is driven largely by the global migration of consumers toward Internet-routed communications which cost significantly less than cable, satellite and radio telephony. Internet-based telephony was, until recently, mainly used by corporations.
Skype said its Internet telephony software passed the mark of 100 million downloads on Friday.

Source : Reuters

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