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New Vonage iPhone, Android App Takes Aim At Skype

New Vonage iPhone, Android App Takes Aim At Skype

By Shaylin Clark February 8, 2012 | 2 Comments

Vonage has released a new app for mobile devices as part of its ongoing rivalry with VoIP giant Skype. The app, Vonage Mobile, is available today for iOS and Android devices. Vonage Mobile offers free app-to-app calling, and claims to …

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