from my understanding of iskoot, it really is not truly a "skype for cellphones" as it in fact still makes a cellular talk call (aka minutes) to a skype server, and only at that point does the call go over the data network...
given the preponderance of no roaming/no long distance plans then it seems to me that iskoot only has benefit when making overseas call, or am i missing something?
Iskoot does a good job but the software still needs work. My daughter (who lives in Japan) and I are both Skype users. We talk / video PC to PC. With Iskoot I call her Skype PC. The Iskoot calls a long distance number (its server) which connects you to the network which in turns rings my daughter's computer in Japan. The only charge is your usage of your cell monthly mins. The quality of the call is very good for the price.
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