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Nimbuzz has launched a premium calling service called NimbuzzOut that adds the ability to use the mobile messaging client to make calls to wireless and landline phones worldwide, as reported by Om over on GigaOM. Om has been using the pre-release version of NimbuzzOut for about […]

Nimbuzz has launched a premium calling service called NimbuzzOut that adds the ability to use the mobile messaging client to make calls to wireless and landline phones worldwide, as reported by Om over on GigaOM.

Om has been using the pre-release version of NimbuzzOut for about a month and recommends it for making cheap international calls — the call quality is good and the app is easy to use. Check out Om’s post for full details.

Have you tried NimbuzzOut? What do you think of the call quality?

By Simon Mackie

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  1. Nimbuzz Out is in many ways a clone of Fring, Vopium, Skype Out and Truphone combined, as the new feature it allows calls to real telephone numbers on the iPhone, just like any other VoIP service on Nokia phones in the UK and a few others where Three already has installed the iSkoot gateway technology.

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  2. [...] my recent post about the betas I use, I was introduced to Nimbuzz, an IM program that is now offering voice services in competition with Skype and Gizmo5 (which was recently purchased by [...]

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