fring brings all the benefits of PC Internet calling with the convenience of mobile with its new fringOut service, offering worldwide mobile calls from 1c/minute
fring adds complementary voice services to its leading mobile video calling
London, United Kingdom, 19 September 2010. fring, the mobile communication service that connects people with mobile-internet rich communication, now takes the benefits of mobile internet communication to a new level with the launch of fringOut.
In adding fringOut to its rich video offering, fring now enables users to make almost-free international calls to any regular landline or mobile phone throughout hundreds of worldwide destinations, with rates as low as 1¢ a minute. fringOut is easy to use and fully-integrated into the familiar fring mobile experience.
The tens of millions of fring community members continue to enjoy completely free calls, free video calls, live chat and more with friends on fring and popular online services, and now enjoy 'almost-free' calls to friends and family on any phone, anywhere, with fringOut directly from the integrated fring contact list.
"Hundreds of millions of people have tried low-cost internet calling on their PC or through restricted mobile offerings. With the launch of fringOut, fringsters can benefit from internet calling with the convenience of mobile without cumbersome wires and cables." said Avi Shechter, Co-Founder & CEO of fring. "The fringOut service joins our leading video service, to create a fun, internet-rich, cost-effective mobile experience for our thriving community of tens of millions of fringsters."
fring users have the freedom to choose how they communicate with their friends including using fring Internet calling to other fring users and other communities, fringOut, SIP or GSM.
fringOut is currently available for Nokia S60 (Symbian) devices and will soon be available on iPhone and Android devices.
Users can start using fringOut by downloading fring's latest version and signing up to fringOut.
Fring reveals FringOut for cheap VoIP calls, challenges Skype head-on
Sean Hollister|September 19, 2010 7:16 PM
When we first caught wind of Fring a while back, Skype compatibility was the draw, but as the years progressed and Fring grew some, the VoIP services didn't exactly get along. Today, the company's taking matters into its own hands with the not-so-subtly named FringOut, which appears to provide even cheaper calls to landlines and mobile phones than its powerful namesake. Starting on Nokia's S60 platform and "coming soon" to Android and iPhone, FringOut's promising as-low-as one-cent-a-minute calls. Sounds like a deal to us, but of course, call quality is paramount -- let us know if you like what you hear if you happen to try it out. PR and video after the break.