Back in October, Apple announced that they would, in the future, allow third-party VoIP software to be used over the iPhone’s 3G network, to allow users to make internet based phone calls.
It turns out that the future is now, as, according to Digital Media Wire, Apple has announced that they have dropped all restrictions that previously stopped developers from creating VoIP application software for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
The tools required for creating said software are now available in Apple’s iPhone software kit, and a few options are already available to users, in the form of iCall and Fring.
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