Apple lifts VoIP over 3G ban with new iPhone SDK

By Jos
Jan 28, 2010
  1. Back in October at the CTIA conference, AT&T announced that it would open up its 3G network to VoIP applications on the iPhone. But it was still up to Apple let to these apps into the App Store. Well, several months have gone by, and it appears that the company is finally taking action with an SDK update that will allow developers to take advantage of this function.

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  2. Vrmithrax

    Vrmithrax TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,279   +233

    Make no mistake... The only reason they're opening this up is to help push the iPad. It's no coincidence that the ban lifts right as the new product that is data only drops. A good Skype app for the iPad will help make it more attractive.
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